DAVID Bioinformatics 6.7
The Database for Annotation, Visualization and Integrated Discovery
DAVID Bioinformatics Resources 6.7
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), NIH
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DAVID Bioinformatics Recommended By


  1. Science   [web site]
  2. MAMI, Harvard University   [web site]
  3. CIT, The National Institutes of Health    [web site]
  4. Gene Ontology    [web site]
  5. Proteomics Interesting Group, The National Insitutes of Health    [web site]
  6. The Genomics Core, The George Washington University     [web site]
  7. The Core Genomics Center, The University of  Illinois  [web site]
  8. BioStatistics Department, the University of Michigan    [web site]
  9. Microarray Core Facility, Baylor College of Medicine in Houston     [web site]
  10. Functional Genomics Center, University of Rochester    [web site]
  11. The Biometric Research Branch (BRB), the National Cancer Insitute    [web site]
  12. Analytical Biostatistics Session, the National Institutes of Health  [web site]
  13. The Norwegian Functional Genomics Program    [web site]
  14. The Center for Collaborative Neuroscience, the Rutgers University   [web site]
  15. Nephrology Group, Queen's University      [web site]
  16. Health Sciences Library, University of Pittsburg    [web site]
  17. The Bioinformatics Core Facility, the National Institute for Biotechnology in the Negev   [web site]
  18. Zentraler Informatikdienst, the University Wien    [web site]
  19. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC)   [web site]
  20. Microarray Core, University of Colorado    [web site]
  21. The Center for Computational Genomics at The Huck Institute   [web site]
  22. University of Waterloo [web site]
  23. The Alexander Silberman Institute of Life Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem  [web site]
  24. Unit of Genetic Epidemiology, The University of Birmingham   [web site]
  25. The Centre for Cardiovascular Science (CVS) and Centre for Inflammation Research (CIR), University of Edinburgh  [web site]
  26. The faculty of Medical Sciences of the University of Groningen   [web site]
  27. Functional Genomics and Systems Biology for Health, Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique, France   [web site]
  28. The University of Colorado Clinical Laboratory  [web site]
  29. The Chinese University of Hong Kong     [web site]
  30. American Thoracic Society    [web site]
  31. Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Taiwan      [web site]
  32. Bioinformatics Institute, Biomedical Sciences Institutes, Singapore    [web site]
  33. FlyChip, Functional Genomics for Drosophila    [web site]
  34. Institute for Computational Biomedicine, Cornell University   [web site]
  35. DNA Microarray Core Facility, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences    [web site]
  36. Center for Computational biology and bioinformatics, Department of Biotechnology, Goverment of India  [web site]
  37. University of Laval     [web site]
  38. Joint Invasion & Metastasis Unit, the University of Melbourne, Austrilia    [web site]
  39. Proteome Software Inc.   [web site]
  40. The national Center for Toxicogenomics, The National Insititutes of Health   [web site]
  41. Center of Genomics and Bioinformatics, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center     [web site]
  42. Oncology Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine    [web site]
  43. Bioinformatics Core, Molecular and Cellular Therapeutics, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland     [web site]
  44. Department of Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry, the University of Pittsburgh     [web site]
  45. Beijing Medical University, China   [web site]
  46. Molecular Cancer Journal   [web site]
  47. Integrative Life Sciences, Virginia Commonwealth University    [web site]
  48. U.S. Livestock Species Genome Projects    [web site]
  49. Department of Periodontics, The University of Texas    [web site]
  50. Center for Integrated Bioinformatics, Science & Health Systems Drexel University    [web site]
  51. Bioinformatics, Cardiff University, UK   [web site]
  52. Dragon TF Association Miner, Institute for Infocomm Research    [web site]
  53. The Centre for Genomic Regulation, Department of Health of the Catalan Government   [web site]
  54. Faculty of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Quality Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem   [web site]
  55. A Survey on Ontology Tools, Astrogrid, UK   [web site]
  56. GoCluster Group, University of Basel, Switzerland    [web site]
  57. A Survey on Ontology Usage, The VOTeck Prihect    [web site]
  58. Nutrigenomics database,  University of Tokyo   [web site]
  59. Korean Bioinformatics Center, National Genome Center   [web site]
  60. Supercomputing, CILEA  [web site]
  61. Center for Environmental Genetics,  University of Cincinnati   [web site]
  62. Nodalpoint Bioinformatics Weblog     [web site]
  63. Forum, Bioinformatics.org [web site]
  64. A Portal for Statistical Science, the discipline of Statistics      [web site]
  65. Bioinformatics Forum, BioPlanet       [web site]
  66. Rudy Link  [web site]
  67. Expressomics Portal [web site]
  68. IST  [web site]
  69. Scarpoon  [web site]
  70. H-wiki  [web site]
  71. Pathway Discovery   [web site]
  72. Microarry Station     [web site]
  73. Molecular Station     [web site]
  74. And more ...



Last Upated on Mar. 2007




 Please cite Nature Protocols 2009; 4(1):44 & Nucleic Acids Res. 2009;37(1):1 within any publication that makes use of any methods inspired by DAVID.
                          

        

                 
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