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ANISEED is the main model organism database for the worldwide community of scientists working on a class of marine invertebrates, the tunicates (sister-group of vertebrates). It integrates for each species: a main knowledge base with extended information on gene function, gene expression, phylogeny and embryonic anatomy at single cell resolution; a genomic browser and a Genomicus gene synteny browser.
The BioMedIT Network establishes a coordinated nationwide network of secure infrastructures to support computational biomedical research and clinical bioinformatics. Built on the centers of expertise established at partner universities (regional nodes), this network is managed by the Personalized Health Informatics Group, a group of the SIB Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics.
ChEBI (Chemical Entities of Biological Interest) is a dictionary of small molecular entities. It is manually annotated and provides a chemical ontology to describe small molecules, including their biological and chemical roles.
Chipster is a user-friendly analysis software for high-throughput data. It contains hundreds of analysis tools for next generation sequencing (NGS), microarray, proteomics and sequence data.
The Enzyme Portal integrates publicly available information from the UniProt Knowledgebase, the Protein Data Bank in Europe, Rhea, Reactome, IntEnz, ChEBI, ChEMBL, Cofactor and MACiE.
SIB's resource portal with access to all major tools and databases provided by different SIB groups and external partners. Specific query features allow interacting with many resources at the same time.
FAIDARE is a portal developed by ELIXIR-FR as an asset of the ELIXIR Plant Science community. FAIDARE enables data discovery through federations of distant Plant informations systems that have set up a standardized Restful API, the BrAPI. FAIDARE currently allows to do detailed searches of accessions and phenotyping data.
The South Green Genome Hub is a suite of crop-specific community portals to manage genomic datasets with focus on tropical and Mediterranean plants. Currently developed on Banana, Cassava, Cacao, Coffee, Grass, Rice and Sugarcane, genome hubs provide access to multiple datasets (e.g. assemblies, gene product information, metabolic pathways, gene families, transcriptomics and genetic markers).
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A curated database of drug targets, prescription medicines and experimental drugs.
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Workflow4Metabolomics resource is based on the Galaxy environment that provides user-friendly interfaces to build, run, and share comprehensive data analysis workflows and gives access to a High Performance Computing environment the ELIXIR-FR/IFB infrastructure. Thus, W4M offers more than 40 tools to process data from all three main technologies (NMR, GCMS, LCMS), including unique algorithms developed by the W4M developers themselves. Data and workflows can be re-used and publicly shared, thus becoming useful references for the community. Finally, the platform provides many tutorials and a help desk.