Tutorial Material Making the Most of your Hidden Markov Models  
This tutorial is intended for people who know what an HMM is but want to know how to use them most effectively. It details the tricks used in the SAM-T98 method (in 1998 the best method for remote homology detection in proteins). One feature of this tutorial is the use of sequence logos on a running example to show how various operations change what is being searched for.
Submitted: Dec 08, 2000
National Centre for Biotechnology Education  
The National Centre for Biotechnology Education (NCBE) provides independent and authoritative information, training and resources for schools and colleges, industry, professional organisations and the general public.
Submitted: Sep 15, 2000
Biology Labs On-Line  
Biology Labs On-Line offers a series of interactive, inquiry-based biology simulations and exercises designed for college and AP high school biology students.
Submitted: Sep 16, 2000
Multiple Choice Questions in Physiology  
These questions are presented using an Asymetrix Toolbook "front-end" which accesses an extensive and easily editable bank of MCQ questions based on a standard and readily transferable format. The questions are scored as +1 for correct answers and -1 for incorrect answers and each question set includes a short resume as a guide to the correct answers. The exercises are suitable for any first or second year undergraduate studying mammalian physiology and can be used as either a summative indication of individual performance or as a revision exercise to complement other course material.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Fractal Tree  
Fractal Tree is a nice little application which uses the principle of fractal geometry to draw tree like shapes. By modifying the characteristics of the basic unit; length, width, number of branches, amount of bending one can create models of different species of tree and bush, thus illustrating the fact that plant form is based on simple repeated units.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Council for Biotechnology Information  
The Council for Biotechnology Information invites you to learn more of the promise of biotechnology.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
Glossary of Biotechnology Terms  
This online dictionary of biotechnology terms is meant to assist individuals to gain an understanding of current buzzwords and concepts regarding biotechnology.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2000
How to become a bioinformatics expert  
The list of Biocomputing Programs in Europe.
Submitted: Dec 04, 2000
NBSC: Nagda's Biochemistry Study Center  
Clinical Biochemistry MCQ vortal for MRCP, USMLE, PG medical entrance, MBBS, dental, nursing and life science courses.
Submitted: Jun 02, 2001
Animations & Video Clips in CAL  
Selective use of animations and video sequences can enhance CAL material and aid the understanding of difficult topics. Incorporation of high quality animated graphics has become relatively easy using readily available software and hardware on both Windows based IBM PCs and Macintosh computers. The presentation of animations and video clips within CAL packages can be elegantly controlled by either Asymetrix Toolbook or Hypercard Stacks and the application of conversion programs confers cross platform compatibility.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Endocrine System  
This series of tutorials, developed with the aid of Asymetrix Toolbook, is designed to integrate various aspects of Metabolic Control Mechanisms covered in lecture material given to 2nd year medical and science undergraduates. Whilst the primary objective is to encourage undergraduates to describe, analyse and interpret numerical data, they also act as revision exercises in preparation for compulsory problem solving questions set in degree examinations.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
An introduction into Hemoglobin, using Chime.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
The Tree of Life  
The Tree of Life is a project containing information about the diversity of organisms on Earth, their history, and characteristics. The information is linked together in the form of the evolutionary tree that connects all organisms to each other.
Submitted: Nov 24, 2000
Biology Education Software FAQ  
This site contains descriptions and reviews of some of the better software programs available for teaching biology at the college level.
Submitted: Sep 03, 2000
Foreign Gene Expression in Yeast  
This comprehensive program, written using Asymetrix Toolbook, aims to illustrate the use of specific transcriptional promoters for heterologous gene expression in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. It is used at present with third year Biotechnology undergraduates, but would also be suitable for teaching other courses (eg microbiology, genetics, biochemistry).
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
The Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics  
Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB): state-of-the-art research, education and services in the field of bioinformatics in Switzerland with international collaborations.
Submitted: Sep 27, 2000
Anatomy case studies  
This set of programs, authored with Asymetrix Toolbook, is for use as a teaching aid in Anatomy courses for pre-clinical medical students. Their aim is to help gain an understanding of regional Gross Anatomy. They may be used as a supplement to existing classes in Gross Anatomy, emphasising the Applied aspects of such a course. Each program consists of a series of clinical case notes, upon which the student is required to act, or answer questions. A set of three case histories is documented for each region of the body.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
BioInformatics Centre - Singapore  
The BioInformatics Centre (BIC), Singapore, was set up in 1996 at the National University of Singapore (NUS). BIC is the first in the region to undertake research in BioInformatics and is now playing a lead role in the Asia Pacific BioInformatics Network.
Submitted: Sep 27, 2000
Biotechnology at UC Irvine  
Graduate program in Biotechnology, Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry at UC Irvine.
Submitted: Sep 04, 2000
Case Studies in Clinical Medicine  
This suite of programs was developed for use by medical undergraduates in their clinical years. The CAL material covers a range of topics including hypercalcaemia, neonatology and cervical screening. They form part of an ongoing development of the application of multi-media CAL to medical teaching at Aberdeen.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Histology of Nerve Tissues  
This short suite of programs, written using the Asymetrix Multimedia Toolbook authoring package, is for use by pre-clinical medical and science undergraduates as part of their histology practical classes in Anatomy. The material covers the macro and microscopic structure of the principle components of the human nervous system. It uses an extensive collection of digitised images obtained from histological sections, together with appropriate tutorial material linked to a series of problems and multiple choice questions. It allows several attempts at each problem offering hints and tips before giving the correct answer.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Histology of the Upper Gastro-Intestinal Tract  
MacGut is an visual database which describes the histology of the upper gastro intestinal tract (from the mouth to the colon) for use by first year science and medical undergraduates. The database contains approximately 50 annotated images of the histology of the GI tract and an accompanying concise descriptive text that integrates structural and physiological topics. There are also a number of QuickTime movies including a video of a gastroscopy and three barium swallows.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Hypothalamus Pituitary system  
This 1-hour ToolBook is used in the junior medical curriculum to ensure that students can summarise and apply knowledge of the hypothalamus - adenohypophysis (anterior pituitary) - peripheral endocrine gland axes. Special attention is given to control of secretion and physiological effects of the glucocorticoids and the thyroid hormones.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
MacCycle Menstrual Cycle Database  
MacCycle is an extensive visual data base in which you can examine up to 40 photomicographs with explanatory diagrams, graphs of hormone levels and four animations that illustrate the important dynamic changes during the Menstrual Cycle. This program, developed initially at St Andrew's using the Macintosh authoring system, Hypercard, was subsequently re-authored by Aberdeen to run on IBM PCs using Asymetrix Toolbook.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Molecular Genetics of a Virus  
A short question-and-answer program written using Asymetrix Toolbook and aimed at first year Molecular Biology undergraduates. It is designed to reinforce some basic concepts in molecular biology, using as a focus the coding sequence of a virus.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Protein Sequence Analysis  
This practical begins with an "unknown" fragment of DNA, such as a molecular biologist might have deduced from a gel. You are invited to discover the protein family to which your fragment corresponds, and its biological significance, by searching the primary and secondary sequence databases, and examining the fold classification systems.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Sheffield BioScience Programs  
Sheffield BioScience Programs was established in 1986 and offers a range of high-quality, interactive computer-assisted learning (CAL) programs aimed at enhancing the teaching of physiology and pharmacology to undergraduate medical and science students.
Submitted: Sep 15, 2000
The Biology Place  
The Biology Place offers the best interactive tutorials on the Web, practice exams, biology-related news, and links to the most credible and reliable science resources on the Web for high school and college students and educators.
Submitted: Sep 16, 2000
WIS Bioinformatics and Biological Computing  
Bioinformatics and Biological Computing at Department of Biological Services and Crown Human Genome Center, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.
Submitted: Sep 27, 2000
Bio-Informatics at Weizmann Institute of Science  
The Bioinformatics Unit at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, deals with design and development of tools for Bioinformatics, especially in the areas of Molecular Biology and the Human Genome.
Submitted: Dec 01, 2000
Bioinformatics Course at Yale University  
Computational analysis of gene sequences and protein structures, on a large-scale. Topics include sequence alignment, biological database design, comparative genomics, geometric analysis of protein structure, and macromolecular simulation.
Submitted: Dec 08, 2000
Introduction to Anaesthetics  
This short suite of CAL programs, written with the aid of Asymetrix Toolbook, is designed to introduce medical undergraduates to the basic principles of anaesthesia. The introductory section is linked to a series of problem based CaseNotes (based on the BioNet CaseNotes template) allowing the undergraduate to act as an anaesthetist and to manage patients both pre- and post-operatively. To reinforce the factual content the undergraduates can also access a series of MCQ and text entry style revision questions.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Kidney Function  
This program is a translation of part of the Aberdeen suite of Microtext-based Physiology problems using the Asymetrix Toolbook authoring package. It is for use by physiology undergraduates at the level of first and second year science and medicine. A problem-based self-paced tutorial, it can be completed in about 30 minutes and is designed to reinforce basic lecture and textbook material in order to enhance the undergraduates' understanding of this difficult topic.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Manchester Bioinformatics  
Homepages of the bioinformatics unit at the University of Manchester. These pages describe the work being done by the Bioinformatics unit at the University of Manchester, and provide links both to our projects and the people involved.
Submitted: Sep 27, 2000
Oxford University Evolutionary Biology Group  
This is a site for various projects in evolutionary biology, molecular evolution and phylogenetic epidemiology being carried out by members of the research group headed by Paul Harvey in the Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford.
Submitted: Sep 27, 2000
Virtual Cell  
Virtual Cell is a collection of still images, texts and movies covering the structure and functioning of a typical plant cell.
Submitted: Nov 24, 2000

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