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  1. AgNIC - Agriculture Network Information Center
    AgNIC is a guide to quality agricultural information on the Internet as selected by the National Agricultural Library, Land-Grant Universities, and other institutions.
     
  2. AGRDEU - Aquatische Genetische Ressourcen in Deutschland
    Die Datenbank AGRDEU hat die Zielsetzung als nationales Arteninventar die in Deutschland vorkommenden Fische, Rundmäuler, Muscheln und zehnfüßigen Krebse zu dokumentieren. Sie wird vom Informations- und Koordinationszentrum für biologische Vielfalt (IBV) der Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung (BLE) gepflegt und dient als ein Instrument der Umsetzung des nationalen Fachprogramms zur Erhaltung und nachhaltigen Nutzung der aquatischen genetischen Ressourcen.
     
  3. Agricola
    Agrarwissenschaftliche Literaturdatenbank der National Agricultural Library
     
  4. Animal Diversity Web
    An online database of animal natural history, distribution, classification, and conservation biology at the University of Michigan.
    Animal Diversity Web has thousands of species accounts about individual animal species. These may include text, pictures of living animals, photographs and movies of specimens, and/or recordings of sounds. Students write the text of these accounts and we cannot guarantee their accuracy.
    Animal Diversity Web has descriptions of levels of organization above the species level, especially phyla, classes, and in some cases, orders and families. Hundreds of hyperlinked pages and images illustrate the traits and general biology of these groups. Professional biologists prepare this part.
     
  5. Animal Genome Size Database
    The Animal Genome Size Database, Release 2.0, is a comprehensive catalogue of animal genome size data. Haploid DNA contents (C-values, in picograms) are currently available for 4538 species (3021 vertebrates and 1517 non-vertebrates) based on 5995 records from 642 published sources.
     
  6. animaldata
    Vereinigung Österreichischer Kleintiermediziner.
    Internationale Tierkennzeichendatenbank zur Ermittlung der Besitzer abhanden gekommener Tiere. Polyglott.
     
  7. AnimAlt-ZEBET
    ZEBET - Zentralstelle zur Erfassung und Bewertung von Ersatz- und Ergänzungsmethoden zum Tierversuch.
    Datenbank über Alternativmethoden zu Tierversuchen. AnimAlt-ZEBET ist darauf ausgerichtet, die Prüfung der Unerlässlichkeit von Tierversuchen mit Informationen über mögliche Alternativmethoden zu unterstützen. Dazu bietet die ZEBET-Datenbank bewertete Informationen über Alternativmethoden an. Es werden ausschließlich Methoden dokumentiert, die mindestens eine der drei folgenden Anforderungen erfüllen: Replacement (durch die Anwendung der Methode werden Tierversuche ersetzt); Reduction (die Zahl der Versuchstiere wird reduziert); Refinement (das Leiden und die Schmerzen der Versuchstiere werden vermindert). Außerdem wird der Entwicklungsstand und die wissenschaftlichen bzw. behördlichen Akzeptanz der Alternativmethode bewertet und dokumentiert. Für diesen Zweck werden die Kriterien "Development", "Validation", "Scientific Acceptance" und "Regulatory Acceptance" unterschieden.
    Die Datenbank liegt auf bei DIMDI – Deutsches Institut für Medizinische Dokumentation und Information.
     
  8. anuvet
    Library of the School of Veterinary Medicine Hannover.
    Part of the Virtual Library of Veterinary Medicine (ViFaVet), this search-engine „for the Veterinarian“ allows to cross search databases or catalogs and turns the ViFaVet site into real powerful portal for the veterinary medicine, where the efforts and achievements concerning the holdings of different veterinary libraries will be transparent and available for the users. A list of the implemented targets can be found in the expert search. Under construction.
     
  9. Atlas of Ophthalmology
    The Atlas of Ophthalmology is a pictorial documentation of eye disease. Emphasis is placed on showing and describing the clinical picture and its various stages as it is seen in photographs and by ancillary tests, rather than giving a detailed overview of the whole disease. Presently the Atlas contains about 2500 pictures.
     
  10. Atlas of Veterinary Neuropathology
    The atlas of veterinary neuropathology is a database of 1611 colour images showing diagnostic pathologic features of specific disease entities. This teaching resource is designed to be a supplement to the veterinary textbook Veterinary Neuropathology published by Mosby-Year Book in 1995. The database can be searched by keyword and you can refine a search to a disease entity, chapter, or page within the original textbook. This resource is maintained by the College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, and site content is edited by Dr Clive Huxtable.
     
  11. Aufsatzdatenbank Online Contents SSG Veterinärmedizin
    Bibliothek der Tierärztlichen Hochschule Hannover
    Titeldatensätze zu Aufsätzen aus 144 veterinärmedizinischen Zeitschriften
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  12. AVIS - Animal Virus Information System
    The Animal Virus Information System (AVIS) is produced by the Bioinformatics Distributed Information Centre, University of Pune, Pune, India. Animal viruses are described. At present information on more than 1700 viruses is available.
     
  13. Biographische Datenbank
    Freie Universität Berlin, Veterinärmedizinische Bibliothek.
    Biographische Daten von Veterinärmedizinern aus Österreichischen, Deutschen und Schweizer Zeitschriften sind in dieser Datenbank erfasst. Diese Datenbank enthält 891 Einträge (Juli 2008) und wird Schritt für Schritt ausgebaut und auf den neuesten Stand gebracht.
     
  14. BovineGenome.org - 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.
     
  15. Breeds of Livestock
    by the Department of Animal Science at Oklahoma State University.
    This site is intended as an educational and informational resource on breeds of livestock throughout the world. We see this site as a continually growing resource. As time passes we will be expanding the educational and scientific information pertaining to breeds. We already have breeds from every inhabited continent and we have cooperative projects underway with individuals at a number of other Universities to add to our listings and to expand existing information.
     
  16. Canine Inherited Disorders Database
    Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island and Canadian Veterinary Medical Association. Project authors: Alice Crook, Brian Hill, Sue Dawson.
    This database hopes to reduce the incidence of inherited disorders in dogs by providing information to owners and breeders, and to facilitate the best management possible of these conditions by providing current information to veterinarians.
     
  17. Catalogue des 4 Ecoles Vétérinaires Francaises
    Journals in french veterinary schools (Alfort, Lyon, Nantes, Toulouse)
     
  18. CliniPharm/CliniTox
    Ein computerunterstütztes Informationssystem für die Pharmakotherapie und klinische Toxikologie.
    Das Ziel ist die Schaffung eines computerunterstützten Entscheidungshilfesystems für die Pharmakotherapie und klinische Toxikologie, welches es dem Tierarzt ermöglicht, die für ihn relevanten therapeutischen Daten möglichst effizient und gezielt zu erhalten. Zur Zeit umfasst CliniPharm/CliniTox folgende Teile:
    Teil 1: Das Tierarzneimittelkompendium der Schweiz, welches die kompletten Beipackzettel-Informationen aller in der Schweiz registrierten Tierarzneimittel und Immunbiologika enthält.
    Teil 2: Fachinformationen zu therapeutischen Substanzen, welche aus der bestehenden Fachliteratur extrahiert, bewertet und zusammengefasst werden.
    Teil 3: CliniTox, ein computergestütztes Entscheidungshilfesystem für das Management von Vergiftungsfällen bei Tieren. Das System bietet ausführliche Informationen zu diagnostischen und therapeutischen Massnahmen.
     
  19. DAMPD - Dragon Antimicrobial Peptide Database
    South African National Bioinformatics Institute.
    A manually curated database of known and putative antimicrobial peptides (AMPs). It covers both prokaryotes and eukaryotes organisms. It is developed as a one stop portal to provide researchers an integrated system.
     
  20. Datenbank Tierversuche
    Zugriff auf Beschreibungen von mehr als 2.700 Experimenten, die von in Deutschland tätigen Wissenschaftlern durchgeführt wurden.
     
  21. DBETH - Database of Bacterial ExoToxins for Human
    Database of Bacterial ExoToxins for Human is a database of sequences, structures, interaction networks and analytical results for 229 exotoxins, from 26 different human pathogenic bacterial genus. All toxins are classified into 24 different Toxin classes. The aim of DBETH is to provide a comprehensive database for human pathogenic bacterial exotoxins.
     
  22. DIMDI - Deutsches Institut für medizinische Dokumentation und Information
    MEDLINE, TOXLINE und eine Reihe anderer Datenbanken kostenlos im freien Zugang. Sehr umfangreiches Angebot weiterer kostenpflichtiger Datenbanken
     
  23. DRSC & TRiP - Drosophila RNAi Screening Center
    Harvard Medical School
    The DRSC facilitates genome-wide and related cell-based screening at our state-of-the-art facility. Since our beginnings in 2003, we have successfully guided screeners through the process, including help with assay development and optimization, data and image analysis, and planning of follow-up assays.
     
  24. 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.
     
  25. Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates Resource Guide
    Animal Welfare Information Center. Compiled by Kristina M. Adams.
    This publication updates AWIC's Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates Resource Guide, June 2006. It covers literature published from 1999 to March 2011. This document includes links to the draft policy published in the Federal Register on July 15, 1999 by the United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Animal Care and the Final Report on Environment Enhancement to Promote the Psychological Well-being of Nonhuman Primates that was drafted by a committee of experts from areas of research, teaching, regulation, and exhibition and led to the draft policy. Relevant sections of United States Animal Welfare Act and regulations are also included as well as parts of the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (NRC, 1996 and 2010).
    AWIC Resource Series No. 32, 2006 (Updated September 2011).
     
  26. Ethics in Medicine and Biotechnology
    A project of the European Commission, Quality of Life and Management of Living Resources Programme.
    "We are a group of 26 partner institutions in 15 EU countries, aiming to develop an information network and knowledge base in the field of European ethics in medicine and biotechnology, providing relevant sources, value-added information, and related legal sources available to academics, researchers, bioethical professionals, decision-makers and consumers alike."
     
  27. FishBase
    Datenbank über mehr als 25.000 Fischarten mit umfangreichen Informationen, Bildern und Verknüpfungen zu anderen Datenbanken.
     
  28. FlyBase
    A database of Drosophila genes & genomes.
    FlyBase is the leading database and web portal for genetic and genomic information on the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster and related fly species. Whether you use the fruit fly as an experimental system or want to apply Drosophila biological knowledge to another field of study, FlyBase can help you successfully navigate the wealth of available Drosophila data.
     
  29. GeneDB
    The GeneDB primary goals are to provide reliable access to the latest sequence data and annotation/curation for the whole range of organisms sequenced by the Pathogen group and to develop the website and other tools to aid the community in accessing and obtaining the maximum value from these data.
     
  30. Giftpflanzen-Datenbank für die Veterinärmedizin
    Institut für Veterinärpharmakologie und -toxikologie, Universität Zürich
     
  31. ICTVdB - The Universal Virus Database
    International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses. Developed and maintained by Cornelia Büchen-Osmond.
    Aspires to "describe all viruses of animals (vertebrates, invertebrates, protozoa), plants (higher plants and algae), bacteria, fungi, and archaea from the family level down to strains and isolates."
     
  32. IMG - Integrated Microbial Genomes
    The IMG system serves as a community resource for comparative analysis and annotation of all publicly available genomes from three domains of life, in a uniquely integrated context.
     
  33. LarvalBase - Global Information System about FishLarvae
    World Fish Center and Institut für Meereskunde Kiel.
    LarvalBase will be a comprehensive information system on fish larvae that are relevant in the field of fisheries research and finfish aquaculture, combining traditional sources such as primary and "grey" literature. In addition, unofficial data from various sources as Internet and from practising aquaculturists, even in developing countries, will be regarded.
     
  34. MetaBase - The Database of Biological Databases
    A user-contributed list of all the biological databases available on the internet. Currently there are 1,799 entries, each describing a different database. The databases are described in a semi-structured way by using templates and entries can cary various user comments and annotations. Entries can be searched, listed or browsed by category.
     
  35. MMMDB - Mouse Multiple tissue Metabolome DataBase
    Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Keio University
    MMMDB is a freely available metabolomic database containing a collection of metabolites measured from multiple tissues from single mice. The datases are collected using a single instrument and not integrated from literatures, which is useful for capturing the holistic overview of large metabolomic pathway.
    Currently data from cerabra, cerebella, thymus, spleen, lung, liver, kidney, heart, pancreas, testis, and plasma are provided. Non-targeted analyses were performed by capillary electropherograms time-of-flight mass spectrometry (CE-TOFMS) and, therefore, both identified metabolites and unknown (without matched standard) peaks were uploaded to this database. Not only quantified concentration but also processed raw data such as electropherogram, mass spectrometry, and annotation (such as isotope and fragment) are provided.
     
  36. MOPED - Model Organism Protein Expression Database
    Provides protein expression information, includes human and model organisms(mouse, worm and yeast), compares across conditions, tissues and localizations, enables browsing, querying and filtering, connects to gene, protein and pathway data resources, allows data visualization, employs standardized SPIRE analysis pipeline.
     
  37. Nematode.net
    Nematode.net is the home page of the parasitic nematode EST project at The Genome Institute at Washington University in St. Louis. The site was established in 2000 as a component of the NIH-NIAID grant "A Genomic Approach to Parasites from the Phylum Nematoda". While Nematode.net started as a project site, over the years it became a community resource dedicated to the study of parasitic nematodes.
     
  38. The NORINA Database
    The Norwegian Reference Centre for Laboratory Animal Science & Alternatives.
    Audiovisual alternatives to the use of animals in teaching. Current Web version of NORINA last updated: August 20th 2001. Number of records in current version of NORINA: 3572.
     
  39. OMIA - Online Mendelian Inheritance in Animals
    Department of Animal Science, Uiversity of Sydney. Compiled by F. W. Nicholas.
    A database of gene and phene (familial trait or phenotype) information in a wide range of animal species. Entries consist of references, sorted by year, and within year by author.
     
  40. Pharmazeutische Datenbanken
    Rechercheaufträge werden über die UB Braunschweig kostenlos ausgeführt
     
  41. PrimateLit
    Wisconsin Primate Research Center.
    A bibliographic database for primatology, includes over 200,000 citations (1940 to date) relating to biomedical research, behavior, ecology, conservation and veterinary care of nonhuman primates. Initiated in the 1960's, this database is a key portal for educational and research institutions to the scientific literature in the field of primatology.
     
  42. PubMed
    Biomedizinische Literaturdatenbank der National Library of Medicine im Web
     
  43. Ratmap - The Rat Genome Database
    Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, Göteborg University.
    RatMap is focused on presenting rat genes, DNA-markers, QTL's etc. that is localized to chromosome. The database is dedicated to rat gene nomenclature and should be consulted for queries in such matters. Within RatMap you can find information on: Rat gene nomenclature; Chromosomal positions for genes, DNA-markers, QTL's etc.; Predicted position for more than 6000 rat genes; Gene function; Literature references; DNA-sequences with links to DDBJ/EMBL/GenBank; Unigene and Locus Link ID's and links.
     
  44. Rote Liste - Arzneimittelverzeichnis
    Datenbank für Fachkreise - Zugang mit DocCheck®
     
  45. TheO - Thesis Online
    Suchmaschine für Digitale Dissertationen deutscher Universitäten.
     
  46. Tierarzneimittelkompendium der Schweiz
    Institut für Veterinärpharmakologie und -toxikologie der Uni Zürich
     
  47. TOXLINE
    Toxicology information online
     
  48. TOXNET
    National Library of Medicine.
    TOXNET is an integrated system of toxicology and environmental health databases that are available free of charge on the web. The following databases are available for searching via TOXNET: HSDB (Hazardous Substances Data Bank); TOXLINE; ChemIDplus; IRIS (Integrated Risk Information System); TRI (Toxic Chemical Release Inventory); CCRIS (Chemical Carcinogenesis Research Information System); GENE-TOX; DART/ETIC (Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology/Environmental Teratology Information Center).
     
  49. VectorBase
    A bioinformatics resource for invertebrate vectors of human pathogens such as mosquitoes and ticks.
     
  50. VetBact
    Veterinary bacteriology: information about important bacteria
    This database contains information about 216 species (and subspecies) of importance in veterinary bacteriology. These species belong to 83 genera and you can click on Genus to select a genus from the alphabetical list. You can also use the search facility on the left. Enter just a few letters from the word/name you are looking for; there is no need to enter a complete word.
     
  51. VetBase
    VetBase is a literature database containing over 10,000 records of drug doses for a large range of animal species.
     
  52. VetCancer Registry
    "The VetCancer Registry collects data about neoplasia in cats and dogs; it includes only cases diagnosed by histopathology. The data are basic, but are in a format that allows you to easily manipulate it to discover trends in animal cancer, to pool data with other clinicians and for further research. Any veterinarian may submit a case through the web site. We hold the case as pending and enter it into the database as soon as we receive a necropsy, biopsy, or cytology report confirming the diagnosis."
     
  53. Veterinärmedizinische Suchmaschine
    Bibliothek der Tierärztlichen Hochschule Hannover, 2006.
     
  54. Veterinary Medical Database
    has more than 5 million abstracts of case records obtained from 24 participating veterinary medical schools. The information is coded by age, breed, sex, diagnosis, length of stay, weight, participating institution, mortality, procedures and other important information.
    Rates for outside institutions start at $150 per search and increase according to the complexity. There is currently no on-line access to the data base, but searches can be initiated by e-mail, FAX, phone and US mail. Normally the search results can be returned in 10 days after the search request is received.
     
  55. vethist
    Provided by the World Association for the History of Veterinary Medicine (WAHVM).
    This database contains bibliography of the biography and history of veterinary medicine (about 13.000 records) and can be searched by author, title, publisher, keyword, year.
     
  56. Vetvac
    A free to use, searchable database of commercially available livestock vaccines found globally. This database has been compiled to provide a broad resource for scientists and other professionals working in the animal health sector.
     
  57. WisDa - Die Wirkstoffdatenbank 
    Daten zu neueren Arzneistoffen zusammengestellt von Studenten des Fachbereiches Pharmazie der Uni Marburg im Rahmen ihres Praktikums 'Arzneistoffe: Qualitäts- und Informationsmanagement'.
     
  58. WISIA - Wissenschaftliches Informationssystem zum Internationalen Artenschutz 
    Bundesamt für Naturschutz.
    Die Artenschutzdatenbank des Bundesamt für Naturschutz bietet Informationen zum Schutzstatus von international und national geschützten heimischen und nichtheimischen Tier- und Pflanzenarten. Es handelt sich hierbei um Arten, die nach den Deutschland geltenden Artenschutzregelungen geschützt sind.
     
  59. Zusatzstoffe Online
    Hier wird geklärt, was sich hinter den E-Nummern verbirgt
     
 

 
   

 
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