Example of a specialized structure prediction tool COILS Server

Example of a specialized structure prediction tool

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Example of a specialized structure prediction tool COILS Server   Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE Metabolic and signaling pathways  BioCyc (several organisms)     c.org/ Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE
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120:202 Foundations of Biology CMB Laboratory Lab 1, Page 6 EcoCyc ( Escherichia coli )     c.org/ Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE Saccharomyces cerevisiae     .org/ Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE Arabidopsis thaliana Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE Mus musculus Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE Homo sapiens Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE Additional learning resources (notice the absence of Wikipedia on this list) Taxonomy: Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE Gene ontology: Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE Phylogenetic trees:  Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE   Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE Google Scholar   Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE WolframAlpha Brief description:  START T TYPING G HERE
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120:202 Foundations of Biology CMB Laboratory Lab 1, Page 7 Use your lecture textbook and online resources above to define the terms below. Please use  resources that will provide you with original sources, or web search engines such as  WolframAlpha or Google Scholar, which were designed in a more scientific manner:   a) Protein secondary structure =  START T TYPING G HERE b) Taxonomy = START T TYPING G HERE c) Gene ontology = START T TYPING G HERE d) Phylogenetic tree = START T TYPING G HERE e) Multiple sequence alignment = START T TYPING G HERE f) Expressed sequence tag =  START T TYPING G HERE g) Epitope =  START T TYPING G HERE h) Single nucleotide polymorphism =  START T TYPING G HERE i) Allele =  START T TYPING G HERE j) Chromosome =  START T TYPING G HERE k) Amplicon =  START T TYPING G HERE The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) NCBI is a comprehensive network of databases that include information on nucleotidyl  sequences (e.g. chromosomal DNA, mRNA, non-protein–coding RNAs), amino acyl  sequences (proteins), taxonomy, genetically-based diseases (also known as “inborn errors of  metabolism.” Here’s a diagram that illustrates the relationships among these different  databases: * You may want to continue exploring NCBI. This link will take you to a comprehensive list of 
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