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  • GenBank - NIH
    • Updated monthly. GenBank®, the NIH genetic sequence database, is an annotated collection of all publicly available DNA sequences. There are approximately 20,649,000,000 bases in 17,471,000 sequence records as of June 2002.
  • Gene Finder
    • The Gene Finder tool finds one gene or list of genes, based on selected search criteria. Each "found" gene is linked to a Gene Info page which provides selected gene data and links to various NCBI and NCI databases.
  • GeneMap99
    • A new human gene map from the International RH Mapping Consortium. Each chromosome is displayed with RH Map GB3 and GB4, the genetic map, gene density and a cytogenetic ideogram.
  • Global RPh
    • Provides a comprehensive list of clinical calculators related to pharmacology in general. Not specifically for oncology drugs but very useful databases such as the Rx List and Drug Tables.
  • GLS: Gene Library Summarizer
    • The GLS Tool finds all the genes expressed in a single cDNA library or group of cDNA libraries. It then classifies the genes as unique or non-unique, and then further identifies the genes in each of these groups as known or unknown.
  • GO Browser
    • The Genetic Ontology Browser classifies human and mouse genes by molecular function, biological process, and cellular component. This database is best viewed in Internet Explorer and must be accessed from the outlink page that you are taken to.
  • Grants.gov
    • Grants.gov allows organizations to electronically find and apply for more than $400 billion in Federal grants. Grants.gov is the single access point for over 1000 grant programs offered by all Federal grant-making agencies.