Nucleic Acids Research Database Edition

Every year the journal Nucleic Acids Research publishes a Database Edition that contains listings for hundreds of bioinformatics-related databases.  It’s an invaluable snapshot of the current state-of-the-art databases, and it’s available free of charge under NAR’s Open Access policy.  Recently, they added a Web Server edition which describes the web applications currently available.  Both editions are a great resource and make for some interesting end-of-the year reading.  You can download them from the NAR website.  The website also has a browsable listing of all of the databases featured in issue.

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