diArk – A resource for eukaryotic genome research

By | September 22, 2011

The number of completed eukaryotic genome sequences and cDNA projects has increased exponentially in the past few years although most of them have not been published yet. In addition, many microarray analyses yielded thousands of sequenced EST and cDNA clones. For the researcher interested in single gene analyses (from a phylogenetic, a structural biology or other perspective) it is therefore important to have up-to-date knowledge about the various resources providing primary data. diArk provides comprehensive search modules each with detailed options and three different views of the selected data.

Name
diArk – A resource for eukaryotic genome research
Documentation
Protocol
REST
WSDL
Endpoint
http://www.diark.org
Topic
Genomics
Type
Analysis
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Description

The number of completed eukaryotic genome sequences and cDNA projects has increased exponentially in the past few years although most [...]

Further information

The number of completed eukaryotic genome sequences and cDNA projects has increased exponentially in the past few years although most of them have not been published yet. In addition, many microarray analyses yielded thousands of sequenced EST and cDNA clones. For the researcher interested in single gene analyses (from a phylogenetic, a structural biology or other perspective) it is therefore important to have up-to-date knowledge about the various resources providing primary data. diArk provides comprehensive search modules each with detailed options and three different views of the selected data.

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BioCatalogue

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