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The Entrez search and retrieval system cross-searches the following NCBI (National Center for Biotechnical Information) databases: Nucleotide and Protein; literature databases, such as PubMed, PMC, Books, OMIM, Journals, and MeSH; structurally-oriented databases, such as Structures, the Conserved Domain Database, 3D-Domains; NCBI Taxonomy, Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO), Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs), Population Sets, Genomes, Sequence Tagged Sites, UniGene, Gene-centered information (Gene), and the NCBI web site itself.
Database topics
Biology; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Medicine
  • Nucleotide Database
  • Protein Database
  • Genome Database
  • Structure Database
  • 3D Domains
  • Conserved Domains
  • UniSTS
  • Gene
  • UniGene
  • HomoloGene
  • SNP tPopSet Database
  • Taxonomy Database
  • GEO Profiles
  • GEO Datasets
  • GENSAT
  • Cancer Chromosomes
  • PubChem Compound
  • PubChem Substance
  • PubChem BioAssay
  • PubMed Central
  • Journals
  • MeSH
  • Bookshelf
  • OMIM Database
  • OMIA Database
  • Probe Database --tEST
  • GSS
  • SRA
  • BioSystems
  • Genome ProjectdbGaP
  • CDD
  • Protein Clusters
  • Peptidome.
Entrez searches the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) databases to provide integrated access to nucleotide and protein sequence data from over 160,000 species, along with three-dimensional protein structures, genomic mapping information, PubMed MEDLINE, and more. Sequence data are combined from various sources, including GenBank, EMBL, DDBJ, RefSeq, PIR-International, PRF, Swiss-Prot, and PDB. Entrez can be searched with a wide variety of text terms such as author name, journal name, gene or protein name, organism, unique identifier (e.g., accession number, sequence ID, PubMed ID), and other terms, depending on the database being searched.
Database topics
Biology
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