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ARCHAIC

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Summary"The database provides DNA sequences of archaebacterial genomes and their annotation. The aim of ARCHAIC is to analyze archaebacterial genomic DNA sequences (including originally determined ones) in order to understand the overall organization of the genomes and compare different species. Original informatical methods were developed for identifying genes, pseudo-genes, and operons essentially on the basis of a statistical analysis of transcription and translation signals. Three archaes data are available (Pyrococcus sp. OT3, Thermoplasma volcanium GSS1, Archaeoglobus fulgidus)."
Data type"DNA-sequence , genome"
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ASTRA

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Summary"ASTRA is a database that classifies alternative splicing patterns and alternative transcriptional initiation patterns of Human, Mouse, D.melanogaster, C.elegans, A.thaliana, O. sativa. (cited from the original site)"
Data typeDNA-sequence
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Acacia EST database

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Summary"The database contains 6253 EST sequences of Acacia, an economic plant. The database has BLAST search function."
Data typeDNA-sequence EST
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CGH Data Base

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SummaryCGH Database is a database for array CGH (Comparative Genomic Hybridization)analysis data of various cancer cell lines. NEDO project products is includes in CGH Data Base.
Data typeDisease-cancer
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DOGAN

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Summary"You can get the results of microbial sequence data, gene information (ORF), gene map, motifs, paper as the basis of estimated genes and proteome analysis from DOGAN. This information has been published to confirm the annotater, re-annotation is also in line with the passage of time. In addition, Blast homology search using the service and, DNA cloning service orders."
Data type"DNA-sequence , Proteome"
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Database for genetic engineering of microalgae

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Summary"Useful information for genetic engineering of microalgae is collected in the database.The information is categorized as follows;1. host - vector (structure of vector, promoter, research institute, papers)2. gene transfer technique (organism, method, papers)3. production of useful materials (product, host, transferred genes, papers)4. inhibitor tolerant mutants (organism, inhibitor, mutant gene, papers)5. synthetic transposon6. selective marker(from original site)"
Data typeDNA-regration-region
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Database of genomes and transcriptional regulations for filamentous fungi

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Summary"The filamentous fungus, Aspergillus oryzae, plays an important role in the Japanese sake and fermentation industry, and many industrial enzymes are produced by this organism. We hope this database will provide you useful information for your research and industrial applications."
Data typeDNA-sequence
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Distribution of Human cDNA Clones

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Summary"You can search for human full-length cDNA clones that are distributed at NBRC (NITE Biological Resource Center). Clone name search, keyword search, BLAST search is possible."
Data typeDNA-sequence
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DoBISCUIT

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Summary"Secondary metabolites such as those produced by bacteria have pharmacologically important activities and attract attentions as lead-compounds and/or candidates for drug development.Although we can find many INSDC entries describing either complete or partial sequences of such secondary metabolite biosynthetic gene clusters, gene descriptions in each entry varies wildly.DoBISCUIT enables easy access to comprehensive information related to biosynthesis clusters and browsing standardized up-to-date gene descriptions. DoBISCUIT will thus serve as a useful reference for the analysis of secondary metabolite synthesis."
Data type"Annotation , secondary metabolite"
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Evola

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Summary"Evola (Evolutionary annotation database) is a database providing ortholog information of H-InvDB human genes. Evola contains orthologs among human and 14 vertebrates (chimpanzee, macaque, mouse, rat, dog, horse, cow, opossum, chicken, zebrafish, medaka, Tetraodon, and fugu). Evolutionary bioligical information such as protein multiple alignments, phylogenetic trees, transcript variants, and the degree of natural selection (dN/dS) are implemented."
Data typeComparative genomics
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