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  •   http://www.expasy.org/
  •   http://www.protocol-online.org/
  •   http://bioquest.org/
  •   http://tolweb.org/tree/




  •     GoPubMed - http://www.gopubmed.org 
    Knowledge-based search engine for biomedical texts. It allows users to identify experts in the biomedical field.
  •     VADLO - http://vadlo.com 
    Biology and medical search engine and biology research cartoons.
  •     Novoseek - http://www.novoseek.com/ 
    Information extraction system that searches the published knowledge of biomedical literature in Medline and US Grants.

















1-) http://www.gopubmed.org/web/gopubmed/1?WEB10O00h001000900

Is the first semantic search engine for the life sciences. It uses the GeneOntology (GO) and the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) to semantically filter millions of biomedical abstracts from MEDLINE.

Enterprise Semantic Intelligence™ Knowledge Suite

Professionals spend on average arround two hours per day searching for information on the Internet, in company repositories, their own computers and emails. Transinsight's semantic technologies can significantly reduce the number of hours spent from 2 to just some minutes. This becomes possible through knowledge-based semantic technologies paired with exceptional navigation. The Enterprise Semantic Intelligence™ Knowledge Suite is available in three levels: small, professional and enterprise. All single components are also available as OEM solutions.

2-) http://pubget.com/#   ( hızlı  pdf makale bulma sitesi)

Pubget solves the problem of full-text document access in life science research. Instead of search results linking to papers, with Pubget’s proprietary technology, the search results are the papers. Once you find the papers you want, you can save, manage and share them.

Each year, scientists spend about a half-billion minutes searching for biomedical literature online. This is time they could better spend curing disease and building the future. Pubget’s mission is to give them—you!—that time back.

3-)  http://www.vadlo.com/

VADLO is brought to you by Life in Research, LLC., a company founded by two biology scientists who wish to make it easier to locate biology research related information on the web. The FASTEST growing search engine in Biology, VADLO caters to all branches of life sciences. With more than 250,000 visitors and a million pageviews per month, VADLO allows scientists to search within five unique categories: Protocols, Online Tools, Powerpoints, Databases and Software.


what is novoseek.com? Biomedical search engine for medical journals in Pubmed, Free Full Text and U.S. Grants that helps to:

Retrieve meaningful documents related to your search.. Narrow your search to find results in the relevant scientific journals.

Identify the most relevant biomedical concepts to your search.

Google arama motorunun biyolojik bilimler için özelleşmiş arama motoru: This is a customised search engine which has been created to support the staff and students of the Life Sciences Faculty of Imperial College London. It searches across specified websites related to the teaching and research areas of the Life Sciences Faculty.

NextBio – Life Science Search Engine

NextBio is a life science search engine that enables researchers and clinicians to access and understand the world’s life sciences information. With NextBio, in just one click you can search through tens of thousands of study results with billions of data points spanning across different experimental platforms, organisms and data types. NextBio also searches across millions of publications to help you find new articles pertaining to your query. NextBio’s search engine makes massive amounts of disparate biological, clinical and chemical data from public and proprietary sources searchable, regardless of data type and origin, and empowers scientists to quickly understand their own experimental results within the context of other research. NextBio is designed to be used by anyone interested in basic and clinical research, drug discovery or biology. This has been added toHealthcare Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to eHealthcare Bot Meta Search Engine scipt and code.

GoGene supports functional annotation of gene products by systematically linking genes to processes, functions, diseases, etc. through evidence in literature. Building on an award-winning algorithm for gene identification, GoGene complements manual annotation efforts by providing all evidences existing in literature. 

The solutions Transinsight is offering expands the current paradigm of keyword search and give new possibilities to explore the space of information. The use of background knowledge in form of ontologies and taxonomies - for query expansion through synonyms and ontonyms on one hand and for facetted semantic drill down on the other hand - enables users to filter results semantically and therefore meaningful. This saves enormous amounts of search time and guarantees completeness of the search results. To demonstrate this new power, Transinsight provides a variety of online search engines in different areas. All engines are based on Transinsight's Enterprise Semantic Intelligence™ Server technology which is build on Semantic Access and Storage and Architecture™ . Dive into the world in semantic search and try out our solutions



  •   http://www.algaebase.org
    an electronic store of information on the algae of the world, including terrestrial, marine and freshwater forms


an online system that allows free access to information on amphibian biology and conservation which offers ready access to taxonomic information for every recognized species of amphibian in the world; species descriptions, life history information, conservation status, literature references, photos and range maps are available for many species and are being added to regularly by specialists and volunteers from around the world; provides easy and fast access to museum specimen data from large herpetological collections

Animal Diversity Web


Global Biodiversity Information Facility

will be an interoperable network of biodiversity databases and information technology tools that will enable users to navigate and put to use the world's vast quantities of biodiversity information to produce national economic, environmental and social benefits

Mammal Species of the World

  •   http://nmnhwww.si.edu/msw
    contains the scientific and common names of all currently recognized species of mammals in a taxonomic hierarchy as well; compiled by an international team of contributors under the auspices of the American Society of Mammalogists

Protein Data Bank (PDB)

  •   http://www.rcsb.org/pdb/
    the single worldwide repository for the processing and distribution of 3-D biological macromolecular structure data

Species 2000

  •   http://www.sp2000.org
    has the objective of enumerating all known species of plants, animals, fungi and microbes on Earth as the baseline dataset for studies of global biodiversity; will also provide a simple access point enabling users to link from here to other data systems for all groups of organisms, using direct species-links; users worldwide will be able to verify the scientific name, status and classification of any known species through species checklist data drawn from an array of participating databases
  •   Three of Life Web Project
    a collaborative web project produced by biologists from around the world containing information about the diversity of organisms on Earth, their history and characteristics


  •   Deep Green
    a project to build a well-supported and detailed phylogenetic framework from the Green Plant Phylogeny Research Coordination Group
  •   International Plant Names Index
    a database of the names and associated basic bibliographical details of all seed plants
  •   IOPI Database of Plant Databases
    a global list of plant databases; contains very little plant data but serves to direct you to databases that do contain plant data; a project of the International Organization for Plant Information
  •   Plants For a Future Species Database
    contains details of nearly 7000 plants, all of which are either edible, have medicinal properties or have some other use such as fibers, oils or soaps


  •   Knowledge Network for Biocomplexity
    a national network intended to facilitate ecological and environmental research on biocomplexity; enables the efficient discovery, access, interpretation, integration, and analysis of complex ecological data from a highly distributed set of field stations, laboratories, research sites, and individual researchers


  •   European Bioinfomatics Institute Databases
    multiple databases related to genetics from this European Molecular Biology Laboratory Outstation
  •   Genbank
    the NIH genetic sequence database, an annotated collection of all publicly available DNA sequences
  •   Human Genome Project Working Draft
    contains a working draft of the human genome, which is over 90% complete; approximately half of the sequence is in a highly accurate 'finished' state, the other half is merely 'draft' quality; from the Human Genome Project at the University of California Santa Cruz
  •   Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes
    an effort to computerize current knowledge of molecular and cellular biology in terms of the information pathways that consist of interacting molecules or genes and to provide links from the gene catalogs produced by genome sequencing projects; undertaken by the Bioinformatics Center, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University
  •   PlasmoDB
    the official database of the Plasmodium falciparum Genome Project; contains finished and draft sequence for P. falciparum (3D7) generated at the Sanger Center, Stanford, and TIGR/NMRC, as well as additional data from various sources; data is available for browsing, querying, and datamining subject to the Data Release Policy, but you must register to take full advantage of the site
  •   WormBase
    an international consortium of biologists and computer scientists dedicated to providing the research community with accurate, current, accessible information concerning the genetics, genomics and biology of C. elegans and some related nematodes
  • Health Sciences
  •   DynaMed
    an evidence-based general medicine reference containing 1790 clinical topics; health care professionals in resource-poor countries c> and some related nematodes
  •   e-Medicine World Medical Library
    "largest and most current" clinical knowledge base available to physicians and health professionals
  •   Merck Veterinary Manual
    a comprehensive electronic reference for animal care information
  •   SHARing Point Server
    A health information system across languages, data structures and continents; can search in Dutch, English, French, German or Spanish for people and projects, journal articles, abstracts and mailing list postings from Asia, Africa, Europe, North and South America; can also choose to receive news on the topic of your choice via e-mail
  • Visible Human Server
    a virtual anatomic construction kit on the web using the Visible Human dataset; a visual, interactive anatomy resource provided by the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne


  • ICTVdB: The Authorized Universal Virus Database
    developed by Cornelia Büchen-Osmond under the auspices of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses; contains an index, a picture gallery and descriptions of viruses

Molecular Biology


  • Internet Handbook of Neurology
    a collection of high quality online neurology resources for health professionals; compiled by Katalin Hegedüs of the University of Debrecen
  • NeuronDB
    a dynamically searchable database of three types of neuronal properties: voltage gated conductances, neurotransmitter receptors, and neurotransmitter substances; contains tools that provide for integration of these properties in a given type of neuron and comparison of properties across different types of neurons
  • Neuroscience Tutorial
    an illustrated guide to the essential basics of clinical neuroscience created by Diana Weedman Molavi in conjunction with the first-year course for medical students


  • Paleobiology database
    a public resource organized and operated by a multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional group of paleobiological researchers; its purpose is to provide global, collection-based occurrence and taxonomic data for marine and terrestrial animals and plants of any geological age, as well as web-based software for statistical analysis of the data


  • ü  TOXNET (Toxicology Data Network)
    a cluster of databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, and related areas, from the National Library of Medicine


  • Agricultural Network Information Center
    agricultural information collected by the National Agricultural Library, land-grant universities and other governmental and non-governmental agricultural organizations
  • Agriculture & Biotechnology Strategies Inc. (AGBIOS) databases
    biotech crop database of safety information on genetically modified crops and bibliographic database of citations relevant to the environmental, livestock feed, and human food safety of genetically modified crop plants
  • Current Agricultural Research Information System (CARIS)
    an international system to identify and facilitate the exchange of information about current agricultural research projects being carried out in - or on behalf of - developing countries; compiled by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO); in Arabic, English, French or Spanish
  • Prosoil
    a multimedia kit for problem soils containing a database of definitions, literature sources, tables, figures and case studies
  • Vegetable MD Online
    the Cornell University Plant Pathology vegetable disease database containing vegetable disease fact sheets and color photographs
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