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Bioinformatics (UNH Durham)   Tags: bioinformatics, biology, genetics  

This guide was created by Courtney Crummett of MIT and is used here with permission. It has been edited for UNH.
Last Updated: Feb 15, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Bioinformatics News

MIT Libraries now have access to the Human Gene Mutation Database (HGDM)

MIT Libraries has obtained a license for the Human Gene Mutations Database (HGMD). HGMD represents a comprehensive collection of data available on germ-line mutations in nuclear genes underlying or associated with human inherited disease.

Search for newly identified gene lesions to determine whether or not they are novel; search by gene to get an overview of the known mutational spectrum for that gene; and search for a type of mutation in a specific location.

HGMD is integrated with other bioscience resources such as OMIM, Entrez Gene and the Human Gene Nomenclature Committee. The free version of HGMD only contains 3 year old data while the licensed version contains current data and a better search interface, so take advantage of this great resource!


NCBI now has a pathway tool available FREE!

NCBI BioSystems Database

  • Use this to investigate both molecular and disease biosystems.
  • Contains biological pathways from two source databases, KEGG and the EcoCyc subset of BioCyc
  • Developed as a collaborative and complementary project to (1) serve as a centralized repository of data; (2) connect the biosystem records with associated literature, molecular, and chemical data throughout the Entrez system; and (3) facilitate computation on biosystems data.
  • Detailed diagrams and annotations for individual biosystems are then available on the web sites of the source databases.

Bioinformatics Databases and Tools



NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) --  collection public databases for research in computational biology, genome data, and biomedical information.

BIOBASE (MIT only) -- biological systems analysis tool that includes Proteomics, TransFac, TransPath, and Explain.

Ensembl -- software system which produces and maintains automatic annotation on selected eukaryotic genomes.

GenePattern --  analysis workflow tool developed to support multidisciplinary genomic research program.

BLAST -- analysis tool that finds regions of similarity between biological sequences.

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