NCBI. Probe Database is a public registry of nucleic acid reagents designed for use in a wide variety of biomedical research applications, together with information on reagent distributors, probe effectiveness, and computed sequence similarities.
MolGen. Projector was designed for automatic positioning of contigs from an unfinished prokaryotic genome onto (parts of) a template genome of a closely related strain or species in order to to close a significant number of remaining gaps in the late stages of a genome sequencing project.
NIH, NCI. The Quantitative PCR Primer Database (QPPD) provides information about primers and probes that can be used to quantitate human and mouse mRNA by reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT–PCR) assays.
Ghent University. RTPrimerDB is a public database for primer and probe sequences used in real-time PCR assays employing popular chemistries (SYBR Green I, Taqman, Hybridisation Probes, Molecular Beacon) to prevent time-consuming primer design and experimental optimisation, and to introduce a certain level of uniformity and standardisation among different laboratories.
Snap is a sequence analysis tool providing analysis of human genes and their variations. For each gene, a gene-gene relationship network can be generated based on protein-protein interaction data, metabolic pathway connections and extended through phylogenetic relations. Snap provides tools for designing sequence primers and evaluating RNA splicing effects of single SNPs