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Gene sequences and annotations used as references for the study of orthologs structure, expression, and evolution
Protein sequences, 3-D structures, and tools for the study of functional protein domains and active sites
Conserved protein domains
Protein sequences grouped by identity
Sequence similarity-based protein clusters
Functional categorization of proteins by domain architecture
Experimentally-determined biomolecular structures
Genome sequence assemblies, large-scale functional genomics data, and source biological samples
Genome assembly information
Museum, herbaria, and other biorepository collections
Biological projects providing data to NCBI
Descriptions of biological source materials
Genome sequencing projects by organism
DNA and RNA sequences
Sequence-based probes and primers
High-throughput sequence reads
Taxonomic classification and nomenclature
Heritable DNA variations, associations with human pathologies, and clinical diagnostics and treatments
Repository of chemical information, molecular pathways, and tools for bioactivity screening
BLAST is a tool for comparing an amino acid or nucleotide sequence to an entire sequence library, identifying regions of high sequence similarity.
NCBI Minute: Using organism (taxonomic) information with standalone BLAST
Limiting a BLAST search to particular organism or taxonomic group is important for making BLAST searches efficient. This also produces results that are easier to ...
Genome Workbench: The Update Sequence Feature
This video describes a feature, added to Genome Workbench in late 2019, that allows you to easily update your GenBank sequences. The first of two ...
Genome Data Viewer: Analyzing Remote BAM Alignment Files and Other Tips
This video shows you how to upload remote BAM files, and succinctly demonstrates handy viewer settings, such as Pileup display options, and highlights the very ...
NCBI Minute: Running the NCBI PGAP on Your Own Data
You can now download (https://github.com/ncbi/pgap) NCBI's Prokaryotic Genome Annotation Pipeline (PGAP), originally developed at NCBI for RefSeq annotations, and run it on your own machine, ...