List of biological databases

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Biological databases are stores of biological information.[1] The journal Nucleic Acids Research regularly publishes special issues on biological databases and has a list of such databases. The 2018 issue has a list of about 180 such databases and updates to previously described databases.[2]

Meta databases[edit]

Meta databases are databases of databases that collect data about data to generate new data. They are capable of merging information from different sources and making it available in a new and more convenient form, or with an emphasis on a particular disease or organism.

Model organism databases[edit]

Model organism databases provide in-depth biological data for intensively studied model organisms.

Nucleic acid databases[edit]

DNA databases[edit]

Primary databases
International Nucleotide Sequence Database (INSD) consists of the following databases.

DDBJ (Japan), GenBank (USA) and European Nucleotide Archive (Europe) are repositories for nucleotide sequence data from all organisms. All three accept nucleotide sequence submissions, and then exchange new and updated data on a daily basis to achieve optimal synchronisation between them. These three databases are primary databases, as they house original sequence data. They collaborate with Sequence Read Archive (SRA), which archives raw reads from high-throughput sequencing instruments.

Secondary databases

  • 23andMe's database
  • HapMap
  • OMIM (Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man): inherited diseases
  • RefSeq
  • 1000 Genomes Project: launched in January 2008. The genomes of more than a thousand anonymous participants from a number of different ethnic groups were analyzed and made publicly available.
  • SNP / Disease Databases

Gene expression databases (mostly microarray data)[edit]

Genome databases

These databases collect genome sequences, annotate and analyze them, and provide public access. Some add curation of experimental literature to improve computed annotations. These databases may hold many species genomes, or a single model organism genome.

Phenotype databases[edit]

  • PHI-base: pathogen-host interaction database. It links gene information to phenotypic information from microbial pathogens on their hosts. Information is manually curated from peer reviewed literature.
  • RGD Rat Genome Database: genomic and phenotype data for Rattus norvegicus
  • PomBase database: manually curated phenotypic data for the yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe

RNA databases[edit]

Amino acid / protein databases[edit]

Protein sequence databases[edit]

Protein structure databases[edit]

For more protein structure databases, see also Protein structure database.

Protein model databases[edit]

  • ModBase: database of comparative protein structure models (Sali Lab, UCSF)
  • Protein Model Portal (PMP): meta database that combines several databases of protein structure models (Biozentrum, Basel, Switzerland)
  • Similarity Matrix of Proteins (SIMAP): database of protein similarities computed using FASTA
  • Swiss-model: server and repository for protein structure models

Protein-protein and other molecular interactions[edit]

Protein expression databases[edit]

Signal transduction pathway databases[edit]

Metabolic pathway and protein function databases[edit]

Additional databases[edit]

Exosomal databases[edit]

Mathematical model databases[edit]

Taxonomic databases[edit]

  • BacDive: bacterial metadatabase that provides strain-linked information about bacterial and archaeal biodiversity, including taxonomy information
  • EzTaxon-e: database for the identification of prokaryotes based on 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequences

Radiologic databases[edit]

Wiki-style databases[edit]

Specialized databases[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wren JD, Bateman A (October 2008). "Databases, data tombs and dust in the wind". Bioinformatics. 24 (19): 2127–8. doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btn464. PMID 18819940.
  2. ^ "Volume 46 Issue D1 | Nucleic Acids Research | Oxford Academic". academic.oup.com. Retrieved 2018-09-04.
  3. ^ Lock, A; Rutherford, K; Harris, MA; Hayles, J; Oliver, SG; Bähler, J; Wood, V (13 October 2018). "PomBase 2018: user-driven reimplementation of the fission yeast database provides rapid and intuitive access to diverse, interconnected information". Nucleic Acids Research. doi:10.1093/nar/gky961. PMID 30321395.
  4. ^ ArrayExpress
  5. ^ GEO
  6. ^ GTEx
  7. ^ HCA
  8. ^ Dash S, Campbell JD, Cannon EK, Cleary AM, Huang W, Kalberer SR, Karingula V, Rice AG, Singh J, Umale PE, Weeks NT, Wilkey AP, Farmer AD, Cannon SB (January 2016). "Legume information system (LegumeInfo.org): a key component of a set of federated data resources for the legume family". Nucleic Acids Research. 44 (D1): D1181–8. doi:10.1093/nar/gkv1159. PMC 4702835. PMID 26546515.
  9. ^ "Saccharomyces Genome Database | SGD". www.yeastgenome.org. Retrieved 2018-09-04.
  10. ^ Grant, David; Nelson, Rex T.; Cannon, Steven B.; Shoemaker, Randy C. (2010). "SoyBase, the USDA-ARS soybean genetics and genomics database". Nucleic Acids Research. 38 (Suppl 1): D843–D846. doi:10.1093/nar/gkp798. PMID 20008513.
  11. ^ Mir S, Alhroub Y, Anyango S, Armstrong DR, Berrisford JM, Clark AR, Conroy MJ, Dana JM, Deshpande M, Gupta D, Gutmanas A, Haslam P, Mak L, Mukhopadhyay A, Nadzirin N, Paysan-Lafosse T, Sehnal D, Sen S, Smart OS, Varadi M, Kleywegt GJ, Velankar S (January 2018). "PDBe: towards reusable data delivery infrastructure at protein data bank in Europe". Nucleic Acids Research. 46 (D1): D486–D492. doi:10.1093/nar/gkx1070. PMID 29126160.
  12. ^ Kinjo AR, Bekker GJ, Suzuki H, Tsuchiya Y, Kawabata T, Ikegawa Y, Nakamura H (January 2017). "Protein Data Bank Japan (PDBj): updated user interfaces, resource description framework, analysis tools for large structures". Nucleic Acids Research. 45 (D1): D282–D288. doi:10.1093/nar/gkw962. PMID 27789697.
  13. ^ Rose PW, Prlić A, Altunkaya A, Bi C, Bradley AR, Christie CH, et al. (January 2017). "The RCSB protein data bank: integrative view of protein, gene and 3D structural information". Nucleic Acids Research. 45 (D1): D271–D281. doi:10.1093/nar/gkw1000. PMC 5210513. PMID 27794042.
  14. ^ (IHEC) data portal
  15. ^ CEEHRC
  16. ^ Blueprint
  17. ^ EGA
  18. ^ DEEP
  19. ^ CREST
  20. ^ "Sharing epigenomes globally". Nature Methods. 15 (3): 151–151. 2018. doi:10.1038/nmeth.4630. ISSN 1548-7105.
  21. ^ dbGaP

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