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Access to Embase – 11/5/18

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Update: Access to Embase appears to have been restored. (11/8/18)
 
Access to Embase is currently unavailable.
 
We have contacted Elsevier and the publisher is working on fixing the problem.
 
We apologize for the inconvenience.
 
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GenomeNet

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Provider: Kyoto University Bioinformatics Center
Descriptions: GenomeNet is a network of database and computational services for genome research and related research areas in biomedical sciences, operated by the Kyoto University Bioinformatics Center. The service was first developed at Kyoto University as part of a group of research projects begun in 1991 under the Japanese human genome program. It includes bioinformatics tools in sequence, chemical and genome analysis; community databases dealing with cyanobacteria, bacillus subtilis, and gene expression profiles; ontologies; and more. The KEGG database, which has its own entry in this list, is a part of GenomeNet.
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GovInfo

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Provider: U.S. Government Printing Office
Descriptions: The new Government Printing Office (GPO) website will soon contain all the information from the old GPO site and will incorporate more up-to-date features, like the capability to search all content from a single search box. Presidential documents are posted here, often within days of their inception. This is the best location for finding Congressional bills, documents, hearings and reports, the Congressional Record, Supreme Court decisions and more.
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PharmGKB: Pharmacogenomics Knowledge Base

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Provider: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Stanford University
Descriptions: PharmGKB's mission is "to collect, encode, and disseminate knowledge about the impact of human genetic variations on drug response. We curate primary genotype and phenotype data, annotate gene variants and gene-drug-disease relationships via literature review, and summarize important PGx genes and drug pathways."
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