National Genetic Resources Program  
In 1990, the U.S. Congress authorized establishment of a National Genetic Resources Program (NGRP). It is the NGRP's responsibility to: acquire, characterize, preserve, document, and distribute to scientist users germplasm of all lifeforms important for food and agricultural production.
Submitted: Nov 05, 2000
The DNA Learning Center  
The DNA Learning Center web page, contains a wide variety of online DNA resources as well as information on our many workshops, field trips, courses and products.
Submitted: Oct 27, 2000
Gene expression in tooth  
These pages offer information about expression of different genes in the developing tooth. Our aim is to provide a useful tool for learning and comparing the expression patterns of different genes and detecting coexpression. For this purpose a graphical form of presentation is provided were available.
Submitted: Jan 13, 2001
NCBI Taxonomy  
This site allows to browse taxonomy tree that contains classification of organizms.
Submitted: Sep 26, 2000
Association of Professors of Human or Medical Genetics  
The Association of Professors was incorporated in 1995 to promote human and medical genetics educational programs in North American medical and graduate schools. More than ninety institutions are now official members of the Association. The Association holds an annual 2-3 day workshop that deals with medical genetics educational issues. Summaries of recent workshops and plans for our next one are available by clicking on the descriptions given below. The Association is involved in a variety of other academic activities throughout the year.
Submitted: Jan 13, 2001
British Society for Human Genetics  
Founded in 1996, the British Society for Human Genetics is a forum for professionals working in all aspects of Human Genetics, from cutting edge research to the delivery of genetics services to the population of the UK.
Submitted: Jan 13, 2001
The Origin and Subsequent Elaboration of the 'Chromosomal' Hypothesis of Hybrid Sterility.
Submitted: Dec 08, 2000
Globin Gene Server  
This site provides data and tools for studying the function of DNA sequences, with an emphasis on those involved in the production of hemoglobin. It includes information about naturally-occurring human hemoglobin mutations and their effects, experimental data related to the regulation of the beta-like globin gene cluster, and software tools for comparing sequences with one another to discover regions that are likely to play significant roles.
Submitted: Dec 02, 2000
HHMI Longwood & HMS Genetics  
Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School. Specialized in the areas of Computational genetics, Chromosomal genetics, Developmental genetics.
Submitted: Nov 05, 2000
Human Population Genetics Lab  
The Human Population Genetics Lab headed by Professor L.L. Cavalli-Sforza of the Department of Genetics, Stanford University, is a center for generating, collecting, storing, disseminating, and analyzing genetic data on the great human diaspora. This page contains information about the members of the Cavalli Lab and about their activities, including preprints, abstracts, and bibliographies.
Submitted: Nov 26, 2000
MIRAGE (Molecular Informatics Resource for the Analysis of Gene Expression) is a web site dedicated to methodologies, tools, and technologies relating to information in the study of gene expression. MIRAGE is an experimental web resource of the Institute for Transcriptional Informatics (IFTI), Pittsburgh PA 15230-2556 USA.
Submitted: Nov 05, 2000
The German Society of Neurogenetics  
The German Society of Neurogenetics was founded in 1994. Its main objective is the enhancement of scientific exchange between all those disciplines that address questions on the genetics of normal and abnormal function of the nervous system. Consequently, its members come from many diverse fields of scientific enquiry such as biophysics, human genetics, cell biology, neuroanatomy, neurobiochemistry, neurosurgery, neurology, neuropathology and psychiatry.
Submitted: Jan 13, 2001
A Hypermedia Glossary of Genetic Terms  
Glossary of genetic terms with pictures and links, results show also the context sensitive meaning of the related terms.
Submitted: Nov 05, 2000
American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics (ASHI)  
The American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics is dedicated to optimizing patient outcome through research, education and the advancement of immunogenetic testing.
Submitted: Jan 13, 2001
Artemis Pharmaceuticals GmbH  
ARTEMIS Pharmaceuticals GmbH performs genetic, genomic and bioinformatic analyses in vertebrate model organisms. It has a powerful technology basis that is used to perform systematic genetic screens in zebrafish in order to identify novel therapeutic proteins and drug screening targets.
Submitted: Nov 13, 2000
Association of Genetic Technologists  
The Association of Genetic Technologists, Inc. (AGT), founded in 1975, is a non-profit professional organization established to promote cooperation and exchange of information among those engaged in classical cytogenetics, molecular and biochemical genetics, and to stimulate interest in genetics as a career.
Submitted: Jan 13, 2001
Borrelia Molecular Biology  
This page contains various scientific data concerning the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi, the agent of lyme disease.
Submitted: Nov 25, 2000
Colour photographs, detailed illustrations incorporating 3D graphics, enlightening animations, and audio narrators depicting the topic of genetic engineering. Also contains interactive tutorials, pre and post testing, and online glossary.
Submitted: Sep 16, 2000
This is the DGP Dictyostelium Web Site, a World Wide Web (WWW) site in the Biology Department at UCSD, La Jolla, California. This Web Page provides Genomic Information about the soil amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum and access to DictyDB, the ACeDB database for Dictyostelium discoideum, developed at UCSD as part of the Developmental Gene Program (DGP).
Submitted: Nov 26, 2000
Distributed Annotation System  
This is a working document describing the rationale and protocol for a distributed sequence annotation system.
Submitted: Jan 06, 2001
DNA Patent Database  
This database enables users to conduct boolean searches of the full text of the patents and of delimited fields. The DPD is being created, with a particular focus on issued claims, to enable relevant empirical studies of actual DNA based patents. Patents included in the DPD were identified by virtue of their PTO classification and the presence of keywords such as "DNA" within the body of the patent.
Submitted: Nov 26, 2000  
Everything from DNA to Z. DNA-o-gram generator, learning kits, Novel DNA applications, DNA based computers and other assorted science pages.
Submitted: Nov 05, 2000 is dedicated to giving the professional in the DNA Vaccine community access to the latest information in their field. In addition, it seeks to establish a network of connections among these professionals for the purpose of maintaining a free flow of information.
Submitted: Nov 25, 2000
European Genetic Foundation  
The E.G.F. is the result of a collaboration among Faculty members of Italian and foreign Universities, who for the past 13 years have met in Sestri Levante to teach Genetics to more than 2000 postgraduate students coming from 45 different countries. A not for profit institution, its main purposes are to train young geneticists and to promote the public understanding of genetics.
Submitted: Nov 05, 2000
ExpressDB is a relational database containing yeast and E. coli RNA expression data. As of October, 2000 it contains more than 20 million pieces of information loaded from numerous published and in-house expression studies. A manuscript describing the database and the process of managing and analyzing expression data has been published by Genome Research.
Submitted: Dec 02, 2000
FlyView is the beginning of an image database on Drosophila development and genetics, especially on expression patterns of genes (enhancer trap lines, cloned genes).The concept of FlyView includes compatibility to FlyBase, the main Drosophila database.
Submitted: Oct 08, 2000
Gene CRC  
This Gene CRC website was created to meet your needs for up-to-date, accurate information on the latest genetics research and ethical and associated issues. This site will also provide information about the Gene CRC and its activities and achievements. Information is reviewed regularly by genetics experts and is based on the latest research.
Submitted: Sep 26, 2000
Genetics Society of America  
Founded in 1931, the Genetics Society of America offers membership to scientists and academicians interested in the field of genetics studies. GSA supports the education of students of all ages about genetics and has distributed over 60,000 copies of its careers brochure "Solving the Puzzle" which is in its third printing and is available upon request from the GSA Administrative Office.
Submitted: Nov 05, 2000
Human Genetics Center - UT Houston  
The Human Genetics Center was established as a unit within the School of Public Health on September 1, 1994. It represents the consolidation of two long-standing research Centers that had been joint enterprises of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and the School of Public Health.
Submitted: Oct 20, 2000
Gene expression and analysis products, including Genestorm™ expression-ready human genes.
Submitted: Nov 13, 2000
This page provides a simple point-and-click interface to the KabatMan database. This interface only lets you create simple queries; for more complex cases, you must write queries directly in the KabatMan SQL-like query language.
Submitted: Oct 08, 2000
Mouse Genome Informatics  
The Mouse Genome Informatics (MGI) site is home to the Mouse Genome Database (MGD), Gene Expression Database (GXD) and other information resources on the genetics and biology of the laboratory mouse.
Submitted: Sep 15, 2000
Welcome to OMIM(TM), Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man. This database is a catalog of human genes and genetic disorders authored and edited by Dr. Victor A. McKusick and his colleagues at Johns Hopkins and elsewhere, and developed for the World Wide Web by NCBI, the National Center for Biotechnology Information. The database contains textual information, pictures, and reference information. It also contains copious links to NCBI's Entrez database of MEDLINE articles and sequence information.
Submitted: Nov 26, 2000
PubCrawler is a free "alerting" service that scans daily updates to the NCBI Medline (PubMed) and GenBank databases. PubCrawler can keep scientists informed of the current contents of Medline and GenBank, by listing new database entries that match their research interests.
Submitted: Nov 18, 2000
Scottish RNA Club  
The aim of the club is to enable RNA workers in Scotland (and anyone else interested) to meet informally, and communicate via Internet.
Submitted: Dec 02, 2000
Sequence Alerting System  
The sequence alerting system in its present form will search each day in several databases for news on (homologues of) "your" sequence and will inform you by email if it has detected a new relative.
Submitted: Nov 18, 2000
Society for the Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism  
The aims of the Society are to foster the study of inherited metabolic disorders and related topics. The Society, founded in 1963, exists to promote exchange of ideas between professional workers in different disciplines, interested in inherited metabolic disease. Pursuing these aims by arranging scientific meetings, publications and in other ways considered appropriate by the Council. The Council is also supported by corresponding members who provide advice and meet with the Council at the annual symposium.
Submitted: Jan 14, 2001
The Genetical Society  
The Genetical Society organises a wide-ranging programme of scientific meetings covering all areas of genetics. It co-owns and manages some of the leading academic journals in the field, publishes a thrice-yearly newsletter and represents the interests and opinions of the genetics community to governments and other public institutions.
Submitted: Sep 16, 2000
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies  
The Salk Institute is a private, non-profit, research organization located in La Jolla, California. Scientists here are dedicated to fundamental research in biology and its relation to health, studying such challenging problems as the organization and operation of the brain, the control of gene activity, and the molecular origins of cancer, AIDS, and other diseases.
Submitted: Dec 01, 2000

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