A molecular biologist's best friend
June 16, 2004 5:53 PM   Subscribe

Just when you think all government endeavors are going to hell, the National Center for Biotechnology Information comes to the rescue (well, has been coming to the scientist near you since 1988). For free, search everything from dna sequences in organisms where the genome is known to searching known Mendelian inheritances for Homo Sapiens (example here). Also of much use and interest is PudMed with the ability to search and read virtually any established molecular biology paper.
posted by jmd82 (4 comments total)
PudMed, huh? ;)
posted by trondant at 7:40 PM on June 16, 2004

Are the last two links the same, jmd82? I wanted to see a list of inherited characteristics (from your examples link, I'd hoped) but it seems like just a general search page.

That said, I really enjoyed the dna sequences link, where you're only one click away from "Blast[ing] the Sheep Genome." Sis, boom, baaaah!
posted by onlyconnect at 11:31 PM on June 16, 2004

ah, frickin' a'!!! Try here
posted by jmd82 at 11:44 PM on June 16, 2004

And here is a list of some of the genetic disorders you can search.
posted by jmd82 at 11:56 PM on June 16, 2004

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