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Dr.VIS collects and locates human disease-related viral integration sites. So far, about 600 sites covering 5 virus organisms and 11 human diseases are available. Integration sites in Dr.VIS are located against chromesome, cytoband, gene and refseq position as specific as possible. Viral-cellular junction sequences are extracted from papers and nucleotide databases, and linked to cooresponding integration sites Graphic views summarizing distribution of viral integration sites are generated according ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://bminfor.tongji.edu.cn/drvis/
Bei e-coli.de handelt es sich um eine gegliederte Linksammlung von Dr. Florian Bundis vom University College London zu den Themen Mikrobiologie, Virologie und Bioinformatik. [Editorial staff vifabio]
Discipline based portals and link collectionsResource type
http://www.e-coli.de/
Several RNA viruses constitute the majority of emerging and re-emerging pathogens, however, there is very little focus on research into the biology and pathogenesis of RNA viruses in India. Studies on epidemiology and disease burden, risk factors, the immune response to RNA viruses, circulating virus strains and virus evolution, animal models of disease, antivirals and vaccines are strikingly absent. Emerging RNA viruses such as Zika virus and Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus are a matter of ... [Information of the supplier]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://meetings.embo.org/event/18-rnaviruses
The HCV database group strives to present HCV-associated genetic and immunologic data in a userfriendly way, by providing access to the central database via web-accessible search interfaces and supplying a number of analysis tools. (...) The HCV search interface allows you to find and download sequences on the basis of a number of criteria. (...) You can either download all sequences (as nucleotides or amino acid sequences) that meet your criteria, or you can limit your set to a specific gene or ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Factual databasesResource type
http://hcv.lanl.gov/content/index
The HCV database group strives to present HCV-associated genetic and immunologic data in a userfriendly way, by providing access to the central database via web-accessible search interfaces and supplying a number of analysis tools. (...) The HCV search interface allows you to find and download sequences on the basis of a number of criteria. (...) You can either download all sequences (as nucleotides or amino acid sequences) that meet your criteria, or you can limit your set to a specific gene or ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Factual databasesResource type
http://hcv.lanl.gov/content/sequence/HCV/ToolsOutline.html
The HIV databases contain data on HIV genetic sequences, immunological epitopes, drug resistance-associated mutations, and vaccine trials. The website also gives access to a large number of tools that can be used to analyze these data. This project is funded by the Division of AIDS of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://www.hiv.lanl.gov/content/index
Influenza Virus Resource presents data obtained from the NIAID Influenza Genome Sequencing Project as well as from GenBank, combined with tools for flu sequence analysis and annotation. In addition, it provides links to other resources that contain flu sequences, publications and general information about flu viruses. [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genomes/FLU/FLU.html
These pages contain information on most species of virus known to infect plants, not only those whose virions have been described, but also those like umbraviruses that have no virion protein genes of their own, and use the virion proteins of their symbiotic helper viruses instead. We include data on host range; transmission and control; geographical distribution; physical, chemical and genomic properties; taxonomy and relationships; and selected literature references. [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://pvo.bio-mirror.cn/refs.htm
The Universal Virus Database, ICTVdB, is authorized by ICTV (International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses) and has been constructed by Cornelia Büchen-Osmond, from 1991-2000 in the Bioinformatics Group, Australian National University, in consultation with ATCC and supported by NSF. In 2001 ICTVdB moved to the Biosphere 2 Center, the Western Campus of the Earth Institute, Columbia University of New York USA. Version 4 is an update of Version 3, copyrighted by ICTV in 2002. Recently, the ICTVdB server ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://www.ictvonline.org/
The Virus Database at University College London has been developed as a system to organize animal virus open reading frame sequences. All known and predicted protein sequences from complete and partial genomes of particular virus families are extracted from GenBank and filtered to remove 100% redundancy. On the basis of sequence similarity the sequences are then clustered into homologous protein families (HPFs). The families are enriched with annotations including function and functional classification, ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://www.biochem.ucl.ac.uk/bsm/virus_database/VIDA.html
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