National Center for Biotechnology Information
National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCIS). The Nucleotide database is a collection of sequences of animals, plants, bacteria, and viruses from several sources, including GenBank, RefSeq, TPA and PDB. Genome, gene and transcript sequence data provide the foundation for biomedical research and discovery. This database is used world wide.
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alissa gonzalez (Student)
This is a great website!! Its perfect for any research and possble topic papers. This could also be a helpful tool for students as well. A very helpful tool or any science major.
Kurt Shults (Student)
This database is a bit involved, but it is definitely worth while for those who have a good understanding of genetics, and biology in general.
Yia Vang (Student)
a great tool on Nucleotide and having a real data bank on the different sequence of Nucleotide
Kyle Besecker (Student)
As a teacher I think this site would be very useful for directing students where to find peer reviewed research. It could be also be helpful when assigning a research paper, students always need sources.
Lizzy Tello (Student)
Extensive database! This is a very technical resource, probably most appropriate for the professional level, but can be used for educational purposes in order to prepare students for biotech research. Also, the acronym is NCBI, not the name of a television show. :)