help on bioinformatics

Sergio sergioal at solea.quim.ucm.es
Wed Jan 26 19:53:18 EST 2000


Check this URL, there are tons of different bioinformatical servers on the net,
but most of them are listed in this one:

http://www.biophys.uni-duesseldorf.de/bionet/rt_1.html

This other one is great to find sequences (proteins or DNA) on the net:

http://srs6.ebi.ac.uk/

And, finally, to aling different sequences or check the homology:

http://www.hgsc.bcm.tmc.edu/SearchLauncher/


hope this help, good luck.


Sergio


Rein wrote:

> Dear Madam/Sir,
>
> We are students of the University of Leuven (Leuven) where we study Applied
> Economical Sciences. We're in the second grade now and some fellow students
> and we were instructed to write a book on bioinformatical software,
> algorithms & applications.
> The problem is that we have problems finding a structure in the
> bioinformatical world due to too much information. Another problem that has
> occured, is that we hardly have any knowledge of biology. We are stuck in a
> labyrinth and therefore I'm posting this to ask wether it would be possible
> if anyone can send us an overview of:
> 1. databases,
> 2. software,
> 3. other usefull information available.
>
> We would be very grateful for any kind of information.
> We thank you in advance and we are looking forward to hearing from you.
>
> Yours sincerely,
>
> Reinout Decock & Catherine Vertriest
> 2nd canditature Applied Economical Sciences,
> University of Leuven, Belgium
> reinout_decock at yahoo.com





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