Database research is always the first step in the analysis of almost all research areas, the use of several databases also helps researchers to understand the evolution, structure, and function of their sample. The biological databases are libraries of life sciences information, that provide access to genomic data, analysis of genetic diseases, genetic genealogy or genetic fingerprinting for criminology, physical, chemical and biological information on sequence, domain structure, function, three-dimensional structure and protein-protein interactions, relationships between medical conditions, symptoms, and medications, and information on cell signaling pathways is the great contribution by the scientific community. The main objective of our work is to store, organize and share data in a structured and searchable manner. In short, we have planned the future development of new features in the database research area. Currently, we have collected 36 hundred thousand “36 00,000” Phosphorylation’s sites and 4 hundred thousand “4 00,000” Ubiquitination sites which is a huge amount globally, soon will provide the updated databases freely to all researchers. Further, we have working in four Phyto databases as well.
We have focused on creativity, consistency and clarity.
Quick and easy access with very less complexity.
We are trying to provide reginal language search options.
We are working on Voice interface designing.
PakGDC aims to provide wonderful insights for global researchers with the well-gathered of all biological databases to one platform.
PakGDC provides access to data from sources that are difficult to locate.
PakGDC gives details that may not have been published before as such easy and friendly way in the open literature.
PakGDC monitored and updated the dead and broken databases.
We have provided 3 published and 6 under review databases of different research area.
Comprehensive, high-quality and freely accessible resource of protein sequence and functional information.
Committed to studying genomic structure, variation, function and evolution, formulating new theories, and developing innovative genomic technologies.
This resource is powered by the Protein Data Bank archive-information about the 3D shapes of proteins, nucleic acids.
Bioinformation and DDBJ Center provides sharing and analysis services for data from life science researches and advances science.
SIB provides bioinformatics services and resources for scientists and clinicians from academia and industry in Switzerland and worldwide.
The Protein Information Resource (PIR) is an integrated public bioinformatics resource to support genomic, proteomic and systems biology research and scientific studies.