Anderson's Timesaving Comparative Guides on the Web, ATCG Biological Reagents Home Page: Molecular Biology, restricton enzymes, protocols
BioToolKit, BioSupplyNet Inc. The BioToolKit locates online molecular biology research tools for the analysis of nucleic acid and protein sequences, genome structure, and biomacromolecular structure and function.
Cell and Molecular Biology Online, maintained by P. Gannon. An Online Guide for general cell and molecular biology. Links are summarized under the following headings: We Recommend: Links for cell and molecular biology research, Electronic Publications, Educational Resources, Methods and Reagents, Current Research, Career Resources, Cool Bio Stuff, Professional Societies and Organizations, Grant Information, Meetings & Conferences, FAQ and What's New.
Cell & Molecular Genetics Department, Scottish Crop Research Institute (SCRI). Research Units: Plant Molecular Biology (Genome Organization, Molecular Markers, Gene Expression, Molecular Ecology, Genetic Manipulation), Cereal Science & Plant Breeding (Abiotic Stress, Biodiversity, Molecular Breeding, Genetic Mapping of barley).
Center for Plant Biotechnology Research, College of Agricultural, Environmental, and Natural Sciences, Tuskegee University. Available Information: Current Research Projects, Staff, Laboratory Protocols, Publications, Feedback, Links. Keywords: Transgenic Plants, DNA Markers, Genetic Transformation, DNA Fingerprinting, Biotechnology.
DNAcers - Molecular Biology on the Internet, by: M.C. Guttieri, L.M. Branco. give the opportunity to exchange technical information and assist in troubleshooting, protocols, useful programs, product lists and more, literature reviews
Encyclopedia of Molecular Biology on CD-ROM, published by Blackwell Science. Based on The Encyclopedia of Molecular Biology. Features: All key terms are indexed, Cross-References, Bookmark and Annotation feature, Cut-and-paste and printing facilities.
ExPASy - Molecular Biology Server, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB), Geneva, Switzerland. In Announcments you will get the latest news. Different molecular biology database entry points. Links to tools & software packages, education & services, documentation and more molecular biology resources.
Forest Molecular Biology Co-operative programme (FMBC), Forestry and Agricultural Biotechnology Institute (FABI), University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa. Research involves the improvement of disease resistance and the general quality of trees through breeding, genetic analyses and molecular techniques. Improvement of wheat cultivars by enhancing resistance to the Russian Wheat Aphid, leaf rust, stripe rust and stem rust. Available: Objectives, Community Projects, Resource Center (links to PCR, similarity search, sequence alignment, sequence analysis websites), Primer Ordering, Sequence Bookings.
Genetic Engineering of Potatoes, by R. R. Martin. Horticultural Crops Research Laboratory, United States Department of Agriculture, Corvallis. Article Index: Introduction, Engineering Resistance, Resistance to Virus Diseases, ...to Bacterial Pathogens, ...to Fungal Pathogens, and ...to Insect & Nematode Pests, Summary, Bibliography.
Favourite Methods & Protocols, compiled by the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Dep. of Plant Biology, Stanford. AFLP: not only for fingerprinting, but for positional cloning: Complete Manual & Protocols, written by M. Liscum & P. Oeller.
Insect Molecular Biology Lab, Department of Applied and Molecular Ecology, Waite Campus, University of Adelaide, Australia. The research is focused on insect immune systems. Research Projects: virus-like particles in the parasitic wasp Venturia canescens, recognition of foreign objects in insects, virus-like particle proteins from Cotesia rubecula in the host Pieris rapae, Immune genes...and more. Personal pages and links to other molecular biology websites.
Molecular Biology Places of Interest: List of databases, search engines and more for molecular biology, maintained by: Mathew Woodwark of the BBSRC Computing Centre
Molecular Biology Jump Station, sponsored by and located at Horizon Scientific Press. Links to Molecular Biology Sites. From the Content: Protocols on the Web, Journals, Books, News Groups & Mail Lists, Institutes & Organizations, Genomes & Databases, Commercial Sites PCR Jump Station, and Gene cloning & analysis.
Molecular Biology Protocols on the World Wide Web. You are searching for a specific protocol and can not find it? Try this server site. Here is long list of available protocols on the net. Protocols from companies, several labs and many other resources.
Molecular Biology Research Tools & Resources, maintained by Christopher M. Smith, Department of Biochemistry, University of Nebraska -Lincoln, Divided into Sections: Protein Analysis and Chemistry, DNA Analysis and Molecular Biology, Biomolecular Modelling, Bioinformatics and Computanional Biology, Phylogeny - Molecular Evolution, General Biochemistry. This site provides a lot of useful information and links and is very well structured.
Molecular Biology Techniques Manual, 3rd Edition, February 1995, Edited by: V.E. Coyne, M.D. James, S.J. Reid and E.P. Rybicki, Department of Microbiology, University of Cape Town
Molecular Mechanisms of Disease Resistance, by S. Somerville, Dep. of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution of Washington and Dep. of Biological Sciences, Stanford University. Introduction, Map-based cloning of powdery mildew resistance in Arabidopsis, Molecular characterization of tolerance of Arabidopsis to Xanthomonas campestris pv campestris, Future Directions, and Recent Publications. Article with Pictures and Graphics.
Molecular Mechanisms of Induced Disease Resistance in Plants, Plant-Pathogen Interactions, Group Leader: B. Fritig,Institut de Biologie Moléculaire des Plantes, Département: Pathologie Moléculaire des Plantes, Strasbourg, France. Metabolic changes and regulation of defense gene expression in induced resistance (PR-proteins, Phenylpropanoid Pathway), Signals regulating defense gene expression (Salicylic Acid, Use of a fungal glycoprotein to elicit a HR in tobacco). Get a complete Research Report with a detailed reference list.
Molecular Mechanisms of Plant Resistance to Fungal Pathogens, Research Group 4 (Head: Dr P.M.J. Schulze-Lefert), The Sainsbury Laboratory, John Innes Centre, Norwich, United Kingdom. The major research objective of the group is to understand plant responses to infection by a fungal pathogen. They use the interaction between barley and powdery mildew as a model system. Available: Mlo-structural and functional characterisation, Race specific (Mlo-transient assay, the Mla locus, signalling component, suppressor of a suppressor), Publications and Laboratory members.
Molecular Plant Pathology, Department of Plant Pathology, University of Florida. Research includes studies of molecular genetics of plant pathogenic bacteria, fungi and viruses; genetic transformation; chromosome structure; tissue culture; protoplast generation and fusion; cell and plant generated somaclonal variation; evaluation of the variation at the molecular level; and characterization of the induced variation in regenerated plants. Gene expression during the plant disease resistance response is also being studied at both the transcriptional and translational levels.
Molecular Plant Pathology at the Department of Physiology, Carlsberg Laboratory, Copenhagen, Denmark. The research in the group of Richard P. Oliver is focussed on Cladosporium fulvum pathogenicity, Blumeria graminis pathogenicity and Resistance in barley including stress response, EST (expressed sequence tag) analysis, analysis of apoplastic fluid among others. Further available: Biotrophic Fungal Phytophatology (an overview on the research in the lab) and methods developed for various aspects of the analysis of fungal-plant interactions (Genomic DNA Extraction from Blumeria graminis). You will also find links to other pages of the lab.
Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory (MPPL), Plant Sciences Institute (PSI), Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC), ARS, USDA. Resaerch: Viroids, viruses, viral satellites, mycoplasmalike organisms (MLO, phytoplasmas), rust disease resistance in beans, and host-pathogen recognition. Available Information: Mission, Research Scientists.
Network Browser for Databanks in Molecular Biology
NWFSC Molecular Biology Protocols: DNA purification, transformation, blotting, sequencing, PCR...
PCR Jump Station, located at Horizon Scientific Press Server. Links to PCR related Sites. From the Content: PCR General Theory, Protocols, Software, Thermal Cyclers, Enzymes, PCR References, DNA Sequencing, DNA Synthesis and more.
PCR Primer Design Programs, for MS-DOS, FTP-Server
Pedro's BioMolecular Research Tools, A collection of WWW links to information and services useful to Molecular Biologists
Plant Genome Meeting Abstracts. Genome Informatics Group. You can browse single issues or search.
Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology Lab, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla. Principal Investigators: C. Lamb - Plant Disease Resistance, J. Chory - Light regulation of plant development, D. Weigl - Flower development.
RAPDistance Program Package, Version 1.03: Software for determining similarities between DNA samples, record and analyse the fragment data. Read the intro.doc and the readme.doc files first. Authors: J. Armstrong, A. Gibbs, R. Peakall, G. Weiller of the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
Rothamsted's Molecular Biology Club.Home Page for the Molecualr Biology Group. Contents: Notice Board, Members of the Group, Molecular Biology for Beginners, Hints and Tips of the pros, analyzing DNA.
SIMPLE34, Version 1.03: Software for the measurment of sequence simplicity. SIMPLE34 is now available free of charge to academic users. The aim of the program is to estimate the level of local sequence repetition in nucleotide sequences.
VectorDB, by S. Misener, server site at Anderson Unicom Group, Inc. VectorDB contains annotations and sequence information for more than 2600 vectors commonly used in molecular biology. Browse by vector (Phage, Plasmid, Phagemid, Phasmid, Cosmid, Virus or YAC Vectors). You can also search VectorDB or advertise your vector.
Virtual Genome Center (VGC), Available Programs: Primer Selection for PCR (Information, Run the program), Oligonucleotide Tm Determination, Protein coding regions in large DNA sequences, Detection of atypical sequences using Zinfo (Information, Run, tour), Similarity searches using Dst, fast Dot Plots of a large sequence. Molecular Biology Databases and Tables.
The Webcutter. Webcutter is an on-line tool for restriction mapping nucleotide sequences. It features: Customizable enzyme database, monthly enzyme updates, automatic sequence search-and-input, quick links to gene searches, worldwide accessibility via internet. Webcutter 1.0, copyright 1995 Max Heiman.