Useful Resources

  • CDC (Center for Disease Control)
  • WHO (World Health Organization)
  • Bioinformatics used for RNA Sequencing analysis. Useful if you want to see the genetic differences between samples or compare the sample.
  • Article detailing the whole RNA Sequencing process
  • Download Tophat
  • Download Cufflinks
  • Download CumbeRbund
  • Location of GTF and BWT/BWT2 files for use with Tuxedo Suit

A complete list of phylogenetic programs is available at Dr. Joe Felsenstein's collection.

A complete list of multiple sequence alignment program is available at Wikipedia.

  • DFprot (webtool for predicting local chain deformability)
  • elNémo (a elastic network model analysis webserver)
  • WEBnm@ (automated computation and analysis of low-frequency normal modes for proteins)

Only several normal mode analysis tools are listed. Collection of protein structural modeling and visualization tools at digbio laboratory at University of Missouri

  • mFold (RNA secondary structure prediction at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
  • RFold (An exact algorithm for computing local base pairing probabilities)
  • Rnall (for RNA local secondary structure prediction)
  • RnallViewer (visualization of RNA secondary structure predicted by Rnall)
  • Vienna and RNAWebserver (RNA secondary structure prediction at Vienna)

A complete list is available at Wikipedia.