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Microorganisms: Viruses Resources
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If you ever wanted an up-to-date list of what virus belongs in what family, check out the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses.
Throw yourself a party at the RNA Virus Database, complete with BLAST balloons and sequence alignment party favors.
No, it's not a ripoff of Hertz car rental service. Take Internet surfing to a whole new level while sifting through some human endogenous retrovirus database entries.
The slogan is "All the Virology on the WWW," which is pretty self-explanatory. The real question is, can we forgive the Comic Sans?
The SIB, or Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, provides more information than you would ever need to know about different viruses.
With all this talk about viral infection, how could we not link to the good ol' CDC?
This tutorial is a little bit cheesy, but it puts the fears of everyone contracting mad cow disease in perspective. Or does it?
Check out all the latest...phage news.
A site with lots of resources and information about childhood cancers.
We heard you wanted a podcast about viruses. Presenting: This Week in Virology.
It's like an All-You-Can-Eat buffet of...virus pictures. Seriously though, these virus images are pretty crazy...looking.
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