Genomic samples of non-model organisms are becoming increasingly important in a broad range of studies from developmental biology, biodiversity analyses, to conservation. Genomic sample definition, description, quality, voucher information and metadata all need to be digitized and disseminated across scientific communities. This information needs to be concise and consistent in today's ever-increasing bioinformatic era, for complementary data aggregators to easily map databases to one another.
Compiles a comprehensive genetic catalogue encompassing all major commercially exploited European marine fish species. FishTrace is an online resource that establishes a collection of biological vouchers from taxonomically and genetically identified fish species for future use. This catalogue is based on two genes, one mitochondrial (cytochrome b) and one nuclear (rhodopsin), as molecular markers related to morphologically-identified specimens.
Gathers comprehensive information about marine chemicals. SWMD targets bioactive compounds that focus on the pharmaceutical market, along with the spectrum of biological activities. It contains data about 37 different species of Laurencia and other genera. This database provides information concerning molecular weight, Monoisotopic Mass, Molar Refractivity, number of rotatable bonds, calculated LogP, number of hydrogen-bond donors, number of hydrogen-bond acceptors, Polar Surface Area and Van der Waals surface area.
Allows user to access data about any types of organism. GBIF is an international open data infrastructure. It operates with a network of nodes and coordinates the biodiversity information facilities of countries and organizations. This online resource enables the access of more than 1.6 million species, collected over three centuries of natural history exploration. It also includes current observations from citizen scientists, researchers and automated monitoring programs.
Permits the use of samples and data by providing standardized access to genome-quality samples and related data. The GGBN Data Portal (i) allows a quick assessment of whether adequate samples are available and accessible for a specific project, (ii) identifies gaps in current sampling of a tree based on combined taxonomic backbones, and (iii) guides future strategic sampling, thus providing the necessary tools to save the genetic blueprint of threatened biodiversity.
Includes all organisms commonly known as protists, classified within the groups “algae” and “protozoa”. GBIF.DE presents a slice of data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) using the portal technology of the Biological Collection Access Services (BioCASe). The main objective of this database is the focused collection and mobilization of suitable data within Germany's research community and natural history collections.
Concerns metadata for culture collections, museums, herbaria and other natural history collections connected to sequence records in GenBank. BioCollections permits to build relationship between specimen vouchers and related sequence records and between their home institutions. It furnishes information such as standard institution code, mailing address and associated webpage. This database provides a web-browser allowing users to retrieve information.
Provides a common platform for all kinds of data available on sericulture in the internet. SeriPort is a user-friendly and dynamic web portal to accommodate available databases as well as web-resources related to sericulture and entomology field. This portal shed light on useful databases which are not known or seldom accessed due to invisibility in top search results.