Biologieportal Hannover
 

Genetik
 
  1. ANGIS - Australian National Genomic Information Service
    ANGIS is a service available to subscribers that offers a comprehensive system of software, databases, documentation, training and support for biologists. Features of the ANGIS system include: Sequence analysis - Genome analysis - Data collection and handling - Databases - Phylogenetic Inference
     
  2. Bovine Genome Database
    Offers a tool to follow the rapid bovine genome mapping progress. Contains information on loci alleles genetic and physical maps polymorphisms homologies (comparative mapping) probes primers and bibliographic references. This information is presented in 5 different modules 1) BOVBASE an ACeDB version of Bovmap; 2) an integrated cytogenetic and meiotic map of the bovine genome presenting bovine mapping data by placing the different meiotic maps side by side and next to a cytogenetic ideogram; 3) the European marker manager (an account is required) set up in order to facilitate the information exchange on markers isolated by the European BovMap group; 4) BOVMAP V2.3 (the original database; an account is required) developed progressively since October 1992 under ORACLE with an Online C-Scape user interface; and 5) the BOVMAP interactive maps.
     
  3. CGIL - Centre for Genetic Improvement of Livestock
    CGIL is a research group affiliated with the Department of Animal & Poultry Science, part of the Ontario Agricultural College, at the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Genetics research is done on numerous species of animals including aquaculture, beef, dairy, poultry and swine.
     
  4. ChickMaP
    The aims are: to construct an integrated genetic and physical map of the chicken genome; to provide a public genome database; to co-ordinate genome mapping activities in poultry. The ultimate goal is to develop the tools and resources to map and identify genes that control traits of agricultural and biological interest.

  5. DOGS - Database of Genome Sizes
    While gathering data for a lecture on sequence analysis we became aware of the great interest in the research community for a comprehensive list of (estimated) genome sizes for different organisms. The purpose of this database is to provide such a list.
    The ultimate goal is to compile a list of all the known organisms and their respective genome sizes. Both the completed and estimated genomes are listed. The estimated genome sizes are given for both the organisms currently being sequenced and those for which no sequencing programme is in progress.

  6. EAAP-Animal Genetic Data Bank
    The data bank monitors information on breeds and country populations
    - of the farm animal species buffalo, cattle, goat, sheep, horse, ass, pig, rabbits
    - in 46 EAAP member countries and other European countries
    to keep watch on development, change and risk of extinction, to encourage use and conservation of animal genetic diversity.

  7. Genomics and Its Impact on Medicine and Society: A 2001 Primer
    U.S. Department of Energy.
    This edition covers basic science, the Human Genome Project, what we know so far, ELSI, medicine, benefits and more.

  8. Genetic Science Learning Center
    Helping people understand how genetics affects our lives and society. A joint project of University of Utah Eccles Institute of Human Genetics, School of Medicine, and Utah Museum of Natural History.

  9. Genomics: A Global Resource
    Links zu genetischen Datenbanken, Bioethik, Genetik-Zeitschriften, Gentechnikrecht der USA.

  10. Virtual Library on Genetics
    Many genetic sites by Sheryl Martin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.