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  • In silico protocols on OWW
  • Graphing high dimensional data
  • R for Statistical Computing
  • The Really Easy Statistics Site
  • Modeller
  • Microfootprinter
  • Genamics SoftwareSeek links to biotechnology software
  • LIMS - Laboratory Information Management Systems
  • bioPIXIE is a novel system for biological data integration and visualization that allows the user to discover interaction networks and pathways in which the user's gene(s)of interest participate
  • PerlPrimer - open-source PCR primer design (Windows and Linux)
  • BioPerl project is an international association of developers of open source Perl tools for bioinformatics, genomics and life science research
  • BioJava is an open-source project dedicated to providing a Java framework for processing biological data
  • BioPython is a distributed collaborative effort to develop Python libraries and applications which address the needs of current and future work in bioinformatics
  • EnzymeX is a program for molecular biologists, developed to help you determine which restriction enzymes you should use to cut your DNA of interest
  • Papers allows find, download, archive, and organize all your articles within a single application
  • 4Peaks is a program that helps molecular biologists to visualize and edit their DNA sequence files
  • LabAssistant is a scientific program developed to help you organize your experiments instead of using multiple timers, stickies, and a labjournal that you have to organize all manually
  • iRNAi is a tool to help scientists quickly design error free oligos


  • Athena - AFS lockers, Kerberos tickets, user accounts
  • BioMicro Center - DNA-NET accounts and file storage
  • BioMicro Cluster
  • Xgrid@MIT - join the grid and donate or borrow CPU cycles
  • OpenMacGrid by MacResearch is a computing grid built up entirely of Macs using Apple's Xgrid technology
  • ChemDraw Ultra
    • BioDraw tools for drawing, sharing, and presenting biological pathways are included with ChemDraw. Common pathway elements (membranes, DNA, enzymes, receptors, reaction arrows, etc.) are built in and other elements may be imported.