Find regions of similarity between biological sequences.
Europe's primary nucleotide sequence resource. (Users in the U.S. users may prefer to use NCBI GenBank site for sequence retrieval). Also known as EMBL-Bank; constitutes Europe's primary nucleotide sequence resource.
Searches across 39 molecular and literature database maintained by NCBI (the National Center for Biotechnology Information). Results are listed by database so a single search can lead to discover of different types of data. Good for a broad overview.
The NIH's genetic sequence database of all publicly available DNA sequences. This database is not curated and all gene annotations are from the original submitter. Good for finding raw gene sequences.
A crowdsourced database of protocols in a wide-variety of biomedical research concentrations including animal techniques, histology, molecular biology, etc. Good for finding basic lab protocols.
Repository of chemical data focusing on biological activities of small molecules. Find physical, biological, and chemical properties, and relationships to health and disease.