BLiSS REPORT (2013-14) - Establishment of Biotech Labs in Senior Secondary Schools (BLiSS) in North Eastern States of India
27th Co-ordinators meeting to be held in Nainital from 3-5 March, 2016
National Symposium on Bioinformatics was held at University of Jammu on February 2, 2012
Compendium on Bioinformatics publications released during 23rd Co-ordinators meeting
Databases of BTISNet - Centres
  Advanced Centre for Treatment Research and Education in Cancer, Mumbai  
Predict putative substrates of proteases
HIstome is a freely available, specialist, electronic database dedicated to display infomation about human histone variants, sites of their post-translational modifications and about various histone modifying enzymes.
Oral Cancer Genes Database  
To analyze the genomic and proteomic profiles data effectively and utilize the information for diagnosis, prognosis and treatment.
Spectral Repeat Finder (SRF)  
identification of repetitive sequences using Fourier transformation.
  Aligarh Muslim University (AMU)  
Proteolytic enzyme database provides information pertaining to the physicochemical properties and functional properties of proteolytic enzymes. The database can be searched through keywords protease and class.
Immobilized metal affinity chromatography database provides information pertaining to the purification of proteases, enzymes and transcription factors using the said technique. The database can be searched through keyword protein.
Restriction endonuclease database provides valuable information regarding the recognition sequence with a dyad symmetry.
The database provides information regarding the papers on the crystal structures of four hundred ninety proteins which were published during the last twenty years.
This database provides the information on seven classes of enzymes where each class of an enzyme catalyzes a specific reaction
The database contains bibliography of amino acid sequence analysis of proteins, nucleic acid sequences, secondary structure prediction, antigenicity, hydrophobicity and evolutionary relationship among proteins.
The enzymology database is based on the topics related to enzymes that include, among others, enzyme kinetics, immunochemical techniques, biomembranes, microbial toxins, hormone action, nuclear magnetic resonance, complex carbohydrate and protein purifications.
The databases for reference books, serials and journals in the area of biotechnology that are available in various libraries of this University have been prepared.
In order to facilitate the location and search of chemicals by researchers working in the area of biotechnology, a chemical database was developed
  Banasthali Vidyapith, Banasthali  
  Barkatullah University, Bhopal  
Developed with C & C++ technology using Interface in JAVA technology
MGT 1.1 (Microbial Genomics Tool)  
Developed using JAVA platform, User friendly, Codon usage analysis of Bacterial genomes. Calculation of Nucleotide Composition, Codon frequency and usage indices. Sequence translation.
Developed with Simple HTML and MS-EXCEL file. List database linked to MS-EXCEL files. Genome wise, genewise and functional processwise categorization of codon usage frequency of Bacterial genomes. Presently 103 tables with average of 2000-3000 gene records of bacterial genes.
  Birla Institute of Scientific Research  
DOMAP (Database of Medicinal & Aromatic Plants in Rajasthan)  
DOMAP contains information about the aromatic and medicinal plants belong to Aravalli hills in Rajasthan.
CASSP (Comparative Analysis of Secondary Structure of Proteins in Extremophiles)  
CASSP is web based interface for backend information resource created for comparative analysis of secondary structure elements from selected extremophilic proteins.
PIASP (Protein Interaction Analyzer and Structure Parser)  
Protein interaction analyser and structure parser
CRAT (Codon Restriction Analysis Tool)  
CRAT provides users with an interface to study and analyze the effect of codons on adaptive evolution through phylogenetic analysis of molecular sequences under restricted codons.
DisProlic (Database of Interaction Specificity in Protein-Ligand Complex)  
DISPROLIC is a simple web based tool, which calculates the atomic interactions betweem Ligand and Protein molecule.
  Birla Institute of Tehnology, Ranchi  
  Bose Institute, Kolkata  
Suited for research applications including biomarker discovery, SNP analysis, genotyping, gene expression analysis, and drug discovery..
An up-to-date comprehensive reference source to the spectrum of inherited human gene mutations.
A comprehensive and flexible statistical analysis and data management solution
  Central Agricultural Research Institute, Port Blair  
Andaman and Nicobar Islands the ‘hotspots’ of Biodiversity are virtually a paradise of tropical orchids. Orchids are mysterious in many ways and the incredible shapes and colour of these flowers record their positions as “Botanical Jewels in the Plant Kingdom”. Therefore it is important to document the availability and location of such indigenous orchids in the form of a database. Here, we describe a web database containing information (plant name, type, leaves, inflorescence, flower, fruits, flowering and fruiting period, habitat and distribution) about the indigenous orchids of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The database is available for free in public domain.
Andaman and Nicobar islands have a rich biodiversity too. Approximately 2500 angiospermic species are distributed across the island territory of which, 45 species are used as medicaments by tribals like Great Andamanese, Onge, Shompen and. Around 223 species are endemic to these islands of which, many bear medicinal value. Most of them offer time-tested remedies, which are found to be effective for diseases ranging from common cold to cancer. The antimicrobial activities of a few of them have been explored and authenticated. They require rapid conservation and cataloguing urgently.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands represents one of the richest repositories of biodiversity in the whole of south and south East Asia. These islands are a virtual bio reserve, which is unique both in terms of biodiversity and abundance. Situated between two major biodiversity hot spots, namely the Indian sub continent and the Malaysia- Indonesia region, it is hardly surprising that the islands manifest biodiversity of extraordinary range with in a limited geographical area. The biodiversity of thee islands ranges from medicinal plant resources, indigenous Orchid, agro biodiversity and economically important plant species like timber yielding plants
The Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands consisting of about 293 islands (39 of which are inhabited) is situated in the Bay of Bengal. Andaman group of islands consists of North Andaman, Middle Andaman. South Andaman and Little Andaman besides many smaller islands. Nicobar group of islands comprises Great Nicobar, Car Nicobar, Nan cowry, Katchal and Chowra. The headquarters of this Union Territory is at Port Blair, situated in South Andaman Island. The topography of the islands is hilly & they abound in evergreen forests. Timber is plentiful and of a vast variety. The white sandy beaches have a back drop of luxuriant greenery & in the clear blue waters of the lagoons enclosed by coral reefs is an underwater world full of fish of every possible variety. Here, we describe a web database containing information (Scientific Name, Family, Sub-Family, Order, Class, Fish Base Name, Maximum Size, Environment, Climate, Importance, Resilience, Vulnerability, Distribution, Morphology, Biology, Red List Status and Dangerous) about the Fish Genetic Resources of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The database is available for free in public domain.
An animal genetic resource of Andaman and Nicobar Islands depends directly on genetic, species and eco-system biodiversity for their livelihoods. The animal genetic resources are a vital component of this biodiversity and play an essential role in agricultural economy. This Databases describes a online database containing information of cattle, Buffalo, Goats, Pigs, Rabbit, Poultry, Duck, Quail, Turkey and Guinea fowl. This resource will give complete information about the individual’s species regarding their family, genus and chromosomes number, location, breed and community rearing of the breed.
The reef in North Bay is rich in its biodiversity and has about 62 species of corals falling under 26 genera. The other reef associates include the sponges, sea anemones, echinoderms, mollusks, tunicates, etc. A brief account on each of the members of the aforesaid groups is provided in the ensuring section. A coral, or polyp, lives inside a cup-shaped skeleton that it secretes around itself resembling a sea anemone, a coral is a jelly like sac attached at one end in its skeleton. The open end, the mouth, is fringed with stinging tentacles. A coral feeds by sweeping the water with its tentacles and stunning microscopic prey, which it then draws inside itself. Individual corals that gather together in large colonies are usually under one-eighth inch (3 millimetres) long. Living corals are often beautifully coloured.
An alga is an important component of Marine and Fresh Water Living Resources of Andaman and Nicobar Group of Islands. Algae have a wide application in a variety of Industries such as Food, Fodder Fertilizer etc. They are also important sources of Protein, Iodine, Vitamins, Minerals and Substances of Antibiotic Nature. About 313 fresh water algal species belonging to 15 families and 57 marine algal species belonging to 18 families has included in this database among which 39 species has been found to be endemic.
The verdant Andaman and Nicobar groups of Islands, popularly known as bay Islands, situated more than one thousand kilometers away from any point of mainland India, in the emerald blue waters of the Bay of Bengal, are acynosure for ecologists, representing one of the most fragile tropical island ecosystem. Since about 86% of their geographical area is under forests, the islands have to support ever increasing human and animal population from the rest available land. Despite local populations main sustenance demands being met by imports from mainland India, the pressure on land is ever increasing for resource generation.
The database gives all the relevant information about coconut in Andaman and Nicobar islands viz. scientific classification, varieties, pest and diseases etc. of coconuts
PhytopathoSys was developed by front end and back ends MS SQL. The valuable software to reveal the details regarding the routes of infection, the microorganisms involved in the infection, from the host side the percentage and extent of damage. The treatment and control of disease through both chemically and biologically. This system also gives information on the plants and the pathogens prevalent in Andaman and Nicobar Islands based on the research made. This paper focuses on the details of plant diseases, control of plant pathogens and increasing the crop production of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Biological Sequence Analysis Tools provides the complete information about sequence of PhotopathoSys Software.
RNA Secondary Structure Prediction Software provides tools for predicting the secondary structure of a pair of DNA or RNA molecules
Aloe Vera Chemical Constituent System gives information on Aloevera for medicinal purpose for various disease as well as remedy aspect that are identified in Andaman and Nicobar Islands and the types of Phytochemicals, properties, 3D, 2D chemical structures using in .NET.
  Central Drug Research Institute  
A herbarium is a collection of preserved plant specimens. These specimens may be whole plants or plant parts: these will usually be in a dried form, mounted on a sheet, but depending upon the material may also be kept in alcohol or other preservative.
Central Sericultural Research and Training institute, Mysore
An Annotated Protein database for Silkworm and Mulberry : SilkProt is a comprehensive, fully annotated, organism specific database for silkworm proteins. SilkProt was developed with MySQL as back-end and PHP with HTML as front-end. The new updated Silkprot database is modified and developed with dynamic Graphical User Interface (GUI) and its sequence content also is well organized which contains more than 7200 silkworm protein sequences. In future this database will be extended for structure visualization and pathway information of silkworm proteins.
Transcription factors (TF) are the key regulatory proteins that enhance or repress the transcriptional rate of their target genes by binding to the promoter sequence i.e. regulation of gene expression. Identification and classification of TFs provide important resources for researchers especially in the comparative genomics and transcriptional regulation. SilkTF provides the information on transcription factors of silkworm such as domains, regions and e-value detected using Pfam HMM models. All the data are stored in MySQL relational database on a linux server. Queries to the database have been implemented in PHP scripts. It has a simple interface to allow users to browse the database by Sequence ID and domain name of the sequence which are having the TFs.
Mulberry Genome Database  
Extensive Molecular markers data on DNA fingerprints, binary scores, similarity, and dissimilarity index matrices, phylogenetic relationship in terms of dendrogram and marker segregation pattern has been compiled and stored using relational database with Visual Basic Platform
This database provides information about the different types of soils, physical information, physico-chemical properties, primary and secondary micronutrients etc., of various states like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, etc. The Front end is developed by using the programming language of HTML, PHP etc. PHP is used for connecting the MySQL database and forms. The login ID and Password has been created for the purpose of submitting the data on line. This database can be updated only by registered members of CSR&TI and its allied units like Regional Sericultural Research Stations and Regional Extension Centres
Database of DNA sequences for important plant genes in mulberry  
A database has been developed for storing and retrieving DNA sequences of important plant genes responsible for yield, quality, diseases and pest resistance and also some of the mulberry specific genes obtained from the public domain. PCR primers for important plant gene sequences has been designed.
Sample Web Application for Analysis of Molecular ID  
DNA fingerprinting of important mulberry varieties and germplasm accessions have been generated by different molecular markers like RAPD, ISSR, SSR, etc. For easy visualization and accurate representation of the fingerprints, a graphical method of display has been developed using HTML and PHP.
A software for estimating the Growth Index in silkworm Bombyx mori has been developed to compare the growth rate of different silkworm breeds and hybrids under varying conditions of nutrition. The application is developed using Visual Basic and MS Access. It will help the scientists of chawki rearing centres and farmers as a ready reckoner to know the optimum growth of different breeds and hybrids
Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad
Amino Acid Periodicity (AAP)  
This database contains information on all the different types of single amino acid periodicities observed in proteins of known three-dimensional structures in the PDB. For instance, a leucine repeated at every 7th position 3 times represents leucine periodicity with repeat interval 7 and repeat number 3.
This database contains information on the different types of beta-propeller structural motifs observed in proteins of known three-dimensional structures in the PDB.
Chameleon Sequences (exact match of 'probe' with 'target') (CHAMPEP-EXACT)  
This database contains information on all ‘chameleon’ peptides that have identical sequence but different conformations in proteins.
Chameleon Sequences (sliding 'probe' over 'target') (CHAMPEP-SLIDING)  
This database contains information on all ‘chameleon’ peptides that have identical sequence but different conformations in proteins
This database contains peptides in proteins of known three-dimensional structures in the PDB that represent combination of the beta-turn and gamma-turn structural motifs.
Disulphide Bond Connectivity Patterns in Protein Tertiary Structure (DBCP)  
This database contains proteins of known three-dimensional structure in the PDB that contain disulphide bridges along with the name of the protein superfamily (according to SCOP) in which it is observed.
Database of Structural Motifs in Proteins (DSMP)  
This database is primarily based on the results of the PROMOTIF program. It contains information on eleven well-characterized structural motifs, and one on the coils in proteins have developed.
Heteroatom Groups and Neighbours In Protein Data Bank (HET_GROUP_PDB)  
This database contains the heteroatom groups observed in proteins of known three-dimensional structures as in the Protein Data Bank (PDB)
This database contains the secondary structure conformation and the amino acid residues flanking and corresponding to the half-cystines involved in an intra-chain disulphide bridge in proteins in the PDB .
A value added resource for the study of Biochemical Pathway Analysis useful for persons with different disciplinary backgrounds. We have collected, collated, annotated, organised, and presented the freely-available information on the web in a derived and value-added Web Resource. The resource gives a brief introduction to the different aspects of the field and provides a short description of the databases and tools available along with the links and references.
Protein Sequence-Structure Analysis Relational Database (PSSARD)  
This is a database that relates on a one-to-one basis the amino acid residue and its corresponding conformation in proteins of known three-dimensional structure available in the Protein Data Bank (PDB).
Repeats in diseases database (RiDs db) is a web accessible relational database, which aids analysis of repeats associated with Mendelian disorders.
G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology
Development and uses of biological database of cry genes present in Bacillus thuringenesis (Cry-Bt identifiers) for designing suitable primers for detection of Bt transgenic.
Pathogenic Bacterial Genome Viewer  
Seed storage Proteins in Rice  
Holy Cross College
Database (DIAB) on Medicinal Plants for Antidiabetic, Antimicrobial and Antioxidant properties which describes the basic details about the medicinal plants and their active principles.
An elaborate notation and analyzed data about the active principles (175) from medicinal plants for Antidiabetic, Antioxidant, Antimicrobial and Anticancerous effects, through Pharmacophore Analysis (using Schrodinger software) and docking complex with their specific receptors using DISCOVERY STUDIO 2.1 version.
Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi
(Consortium for e-Resources in Agriculture) It is established under the NAIP for providing online access to e-journals and resources in over 120 ICAR institutes.
Indian Institute of Chemical Biology
A pair of programs, developed in C++ and Perl, for clustering of protein/gene sequences based on Markov-Chain Monte Carlo simulation and integrated visualization of the clusters with hyperlinks to their taxonomic distributions and functional annotations
SPAST Substitution Pattern Analysis Software Tool  
An integrated software tool for quantitative analysis of (i) Nucleotide Substitution (synonymous/ non-synonymous/ non-coding) Patterns (ii) Amino Acid Substitution Patterns and (iii) changes in propensities for secondary structure formation in orthologous or paralogous genes/gene-products
A PC-based software tool, written in GWBASIC, developed for generation of Chaos Game Representation (CGR) patterns of different families of proteins.
Indian Institute of Science, Banglore
Pdb Sequence Search Tool  
Sequence Retrieval, Aminoacid composition, Molecular Weight and Volume, Sequence Length Search, Molecular Weight Search, Identical Pattern Matching, Similar Pattern Matching, Isoelectric Point
Biomolecules Segment Display Device (BSDD)  
An interactive web-based display tool, Biomolecules Segment Display Device (BSDD), has been developed to search for and visualize a user-defined motif or fragment among the protein structures available in the Protein Data Bank (PDB). In addition, the tool works for the structures available in a selected sub-set of non-homologous protein structures (25% and 90% sequence identity).
PDB Goodies  
PDB Goodies (version 1.0) is a web based Graphical User Interface (GUI) to manipulate the Protein Data Bank (PDB) file containing the three dimensional atomic coordinates of protein structures..
Ramachandran Plot (RP)  
A World Wide Web graphics package has been developed to display the main chain torsion angles phi,psi (Ramachandran angles) in a protein of known structure. This package allows users to find the Ramachandran angles for a particular amino acid type, present in the protein structure
Conformation Angles Package (CAP)  
A graphics package developed to display all side chain conformation angles of the user selected residue in a given protein structure.
Water Analysis Package (WAP)  
A web based tool for the analysis of water molecules in protein structures
Symmetry Equivalent Molecules (SEM)  
Symmetry Equivalent Molecules, is a web based Graphical User Interface to generate and visualize the symmetry equivalent molecules (proteins and nucleic acids). In addition, the program allows the users to save the three-dimensional atomic coordinates of the symmetry equivalent molecules in the local machine.
Fragment Finder  
FF (Fragment Finder) is a web-based interactive search engine developed to retrieve the userdesired similar 3D structural fragments from the selected subset of 25 or90%non-homologous protein chains. The search is based on the comparison of the main chain backbone conformational angles(fandw).
3D Structural Superimposition (3D-SS)  
3dSS is a web-based interactive computing server, primarily designed to aid researchers, to superpose two or several three-dimensional protein structures. In addition, the server can be effectively used to find the invariant and common water molecules present in the superposed homologous protein structures.
Protein Structure Analysis Package (PSAP)  
Ramachandran Plot for Multiple Structures (RPMS)  
Consensus Secondary Structure Prediction (CSSP)  
This is created to predict the consensus secondary structure using well known algorithms from the literature. Furthermore, the server allows users to see the occurrence of predicted secondary structural elements in other structure and sequence databases and to visualize predicted helices as a helical wheel plot.
Indian Institute of Spices Research, Calicut
GST Lead base  
Fifty-five phytochemicals from ten plants, predicted and reported to have potential nematicidal activity along with ADMET satisfaction, have been docked to Brugia malayi GST enzyme to access their binding and consequently their inhibitory activity. The results have been developed as a new database GST Lead base.
Spices Germplasm Database is an information service for the different spices (Black pepper, Cardamom, Clove, Ginger, Nutmeg etc) research community. Based at the Indian Institute of Spices Research (IISR), the project aims to collate information on the origins, characteristics and availability of various spices germplasm and to make this available to researchers. This database provides information on origins and locations, and a wide range of morphological and agronomic characters of various spices accession.
A database on plant associated bacteria integrated with several tools like sequence editing, primer analysis etc. An attempt to consolidate information available on bacteria reported to be associated with plants. It contains nucleotide sequences belonging to 16S rRNA. The sequence information, G + C content of each sequence are given, and also a link to NCBI database for additional information. You can also see the bacterial taxonomy and their salient features in brief.
A web portal for phytopthora information resources. This Portal contains phytopthora species information , infecting crops, cultures, genome resources, protocols and 3D structures. Web tools like phytofinder and primer database also included in this portal.
(Predicted Activity Spectrum of Spices Compounds) -A Database of secondary metabolites of spices. Spices such as black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, clove, ginger, turmeric, nutmeg, garcinia and allspice were used in this study. PASSCOM database includes a total of 852 chemical constituents present in the black pepper (116), cardamom (97), cinnamon (137), clove (132), ginger (42), turmeric (100), nutmeg and mace (112), garcinia (11) and allspice (105).
A composite collection of plant chitinase sequences. Chitinase enzyme sequences from various plants have been collected from NCBI and other sequence databases were used in developing a database. Sequences, 3D structure images can be viewed in the browser and can be downloadable
CardCC & Mpbase  
Database of chemical compounds and metabolic pathways in cardamom volatile oil. This database contains the cardamom chemical compounds and metabolic pathways for each compounds .
Spice EST  
Spices EST Annotation Database is consist of two spice like turmeric and ginger EST database and SNP database. It can be accessible through online. EST Data records were downloaded from NCBI open source database. All EST records for curcuma longa and zingiber officinale were mined and stored in MYSQL database. These ESTs were assembled using sequence assembly programme like CAP3. Contigs results were provided in the database. This EST records were separated as a tissue based EST libraries and furthur analysed and the results were stored in the databases.
A comprehensive database on expressed sequence tags on Radopholus.
It is a small application for spice propagation protocols. Tissue culture protocol are provided for all spices using combo box we can view the protocol in HTML pages.
Spice Bibliography  
Spices Research compiling the world literature on spices. Spice Bibliography database contains literature searches in basic, advance search and keyword search for spices only.
Phytophthora Genome Database  
Provides access to primary structure of the Phytophthora genome including genome sequence, number of genes, CDS, SNPs, InDels, nucleotide composition, intron-exon structure, start and stop codon, intron lengths, alternative splicing and untranslated regions (UTRs) to research community. GenomeView, a next-generation stand-alone genome browser and editor developed at Broad Institute is used as the genome browser.
Phytophthora species determination based on morphological characters.
A web tool for translating Nucleotide in to ORF.
To find restriction sites of a given sequence.
Software for RAPD analysis .
Software for cyanobacteria
A tool to search for termination codons in sequences..
A web server for extracting biomedical words from the protein sequence .
MicroRNA blast - Bioinformatics tool for microRNA BLAST
Software for monitoring the training activities of Krishi Vigyan Kendras.
Software for managing various resources in different sections/departments of the institute.
Software for managing the articles of Journal of Spices and Aromatic Crops
Software for diagnosing the diseases of ginger
A software tool for collection of information from all institutes under the Horticulture Division of ICAR.
An expert system to find biovar characterisation of Ralstonia solanacearum.
Institute of Bioresources and Sustainable Development
Institute of Microbial Technology, Chandigarh
Protein secondary structure database in compact form created for all proteins where structure (3-D) is known at resolution 3.2A or better.
A restriction enzyme database is created which have restriction enzymes and their recognition sequence and compatible to GMAP format.
A preferred codon usage for different host system has been created in format suitable for GMAP
A program to generate phi, psi and chi from PDB files is developed. It can read PDB, AMBER, MOMOS, and GROMOS format coordinate files and output the angles of desired residues. The PDB database is avilable at the centre so the d atabase of conformation angle can be generate
This database consists the Calpha - Calpha - Calpha angles between successive alpha carbon atoms.
HPat consists the hydrogen bond pattern between backbone - backbone, backbone - sidechain, sidechain - sidechain atoms.
International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
A database for protozoan virulent proteins
Comparative modelling of Plasmodium falciparum (3d7) annotated proteins
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Plant Stress Gene Database  
This database includes 259 stress-related genes of 11 species alongwith all the available information about the individual genes.
MGDD Database  
MGDD (Mycobacterial Genome Divergence Database) is a repository of genetic differences among different strains and species of organisms belonging to Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex.
Spectral Repeat Finder (SRF)  
Spectral Repeat Finder (SRF) is a program to find repeats through an analysis of the power spectrum of a given DNA sequence.
Gopam is a comprehensive web based tool for high throughput analysis of microarray data. GOPAM takes advantage of the GO annotation of genes to biological terms for performing a fully automated top-down approach to analyze microarray data.
Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University
Nucleotide and protein sequences and related publications
Nucleotide and protein sequences and related publications
Nucleotide and protein sequences and related publications
Nucleotide and protein sequences and related publications
Expressed sequence tags of Penaeus monodon
Cultured and uncultured bacterial sequences associated with marine sponges Halichondria nigrocutis; Prostylyssa foetida; Suberites carnosus
Kerala Agricultural University, Thrissur
Phytochemicals, Therapeutic Applications, Agricultural information, Morphology and taxonomy of medicinal plants..
DiaCan - A database for Antidiabetic and Anticancer medicinal plants  
Plants with anticancer and antidiabetic properties, phytochemicals having anticancer and antidiabetic properties.
Cultivation details, varieties, history, plant protection, medicinal values, information to reduce post harvest losses, rice bioinformatics group, Indian initiatives, genome sequencing efforts, genome databases, rice research institutes, chromosomal details, rice genome mapping, genetic modifications & benefits for society..
Information on commercial and popular varieties, hybrids, agro techniques, insect pests and diseases, harvest and postharvest management and prospects of mango varieties grown in Kerala
Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology
TypeIII Polyketide synthase  
A repository of TypeIII Polyketide synthase biological informations.
A database of potential drug targets in Mycoplasma genetalium  
A database of potential drug targets in Mycoplasma genetalium
A TypeIII Polyketide synthase prediction tool based on Support Vector Machines
A TypeIII Polyketide synthase prediction tool based on Transductive Support Vector Machines
A Phytokinase Prediction tool
Sikkim State Council of Science & Technology
Database on orchid  
Details of some orchid sps are given in this database
Database on Rhododendron  
Details of some Rhododendron
Details of some Butterflies
Details of some medicinal plants
Details of some scientific personalities of Sikkim
Details of birds of Sikkim
Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Science University
An online database on cancer biomarkers expressed in canine lymphoma and mast cell tumor
It predicts the melting temperature of the given oligonucleotide at a particular salt concentration.
University of Calcutta, Kolkata
TRABAS: a database for transcription regulation by ABA signaling.  
TRABAS is expected to provide a simple, user-friendly platform to facilitate the study of different aspects of ABA mediated transcription regulation
University of Pune
AgAbDb, a derived knowledge base, archives molecular interactions of protein and peptide antigens characterized by co-crystal structures. The interactions are compiled at two levels, viz. residue level and atomic level.
It is a curated database for complete viral genome sequences. VirGen employs the sequenced-based Bioinformatics approaches to annotate viral genome records and to identify the ‘alternative names’ of viral proteins, where available. It archives the results of comparisons of genomes, proteomes and individual proteins within and between viral species.  
"ViPs" is a relational database of all known protein structures of virus, either experimentally determined using X-ray diffraction/NMR or predicted by homology modelling.  
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