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Aug3-04, 10:17 AM
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On Protein crystallography

Some Books on line
Aug3-04, 10:55 AM
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The Special Issue of Science on Human Genomics

and the Nature Genomics Gateway

More of Science (In this case on Epigenetics)

On Medical Genetics:

Very important in Medical Genetics:The Online Mendelian Inheritance in MAN

National Human Genome Research Institute

The mouse genome (in Nature)

DNA from the beginning. Intesresting as divulgative
Aug3-04, 11:20 AM
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Thank you Ryokan
Aug4-04, 01:45 PM
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The best web that I know on microscopy: Molecular expressions:


Micscape Magazine:

Nobel e-Museum:

Images and images...

Microscopy suite.

And embryo images:
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Feb22-05, 06:23 PM
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Nature Publishing Group has announced that in June 2005 we will be launching Nature Chemical Biology, a new international forum for the timely publication of research at the interface between chemistry and biology.

Subscribers to will get access to other goodies.
May14-05, 10:39 AM
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This is a highly informative and interesting Biology website by Dr John Kimball:
Jul13-05, 11:08 PM
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The Tree of Life Web Project (ToL) is a collaborative effort of biologists from around the world. On more than 4000 World Wide Web pages, the project provides information about the diversity of organisms on Earth, their evolutionary history (phylogeny), and characteristics. Pictures of literally everything!

If your into phylogeny,systematics, this is the one! -david
Jul13-05, 11:46 PM
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Here are some sites I've mentioned in posts ages ago, but never put in this thread. Since we get questions on these processes every so often, I'll add them now.

Animation of glycolysis:

Citric acid cycle animation:

Oxidative phosphorylation:
Oct18-05, 03:40 PM
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Amazing to see: the development of the C. elegans worm (a model organism) from a single cell to a 558-celled worm in about 14 hours. Watch how the single cell gets divided into many units and how a structured worm is formed (with a functioning feeding apparatus, gut, nervous system and muscles)

More C. elegans movies:
Dec6-05, 11:02 PM
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This is a collection of some beautifully photographed plants, and has some good examples for studying as well.

And a whole bunch of cactii pictures. The huge variety and colour that you find in cactii is amazing.
Jan23-06, 05:09 PM
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tnx for the website, really good
Aug23-06, 07:17 PM
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For those looking for subjects in Biochemistry -
Another God
Aug25-06, 02:38 AM
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Evolution 101

A great animated interactive guide to Evolution.

Another God
Feb24-07, 07:37 PM
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Cell Biology Animation
Mar2-07, 08:11 AM
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Found this on YouTube:

Pretty funny!

I'm new, so if this isn't the right place to post this, please move or delete. Thought it was worth sharing for those in to DNA
Aug12-07, 07:48 PM
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The Biology Project Home
Department of Biology, University of Arizona

Apr4-08, 07:43 AM
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This is the best video I've seen on the subject of DNA replication and transcription.

I think this video is helpful in introducing us to what is happening at the distance-scale of mRNA and transcription factors, and so on. The second part of the video with 3D computer animation shows the machinery that replicates DNA, and is also quite fascinating (move over quantum mechanics!).

What do ya'll think about it?

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