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Introducing elegansNetRN: The Organism Bioinformatics & Research Menu Hubsite
elegansNet is webcasted from the following sites:
elegansNet is viewed best with Internet Explorer 5.0 (small to medium font) or later, is less compatible with other browsers.
Channel 1 (Left frame): Index - The content is continuously evolving. Click on the main index menu items to be transported to submenu items. This transport is fast because submenu options have already been downloaded to clients' computer.
|Organism DB, Tools & Xomes:|
|What is New@elegansNet?|
|DB & Tools||Labs|
Channel 2 (Main frame): Notable recent abstracts are showcased in the context of the powerful PubMed interface of National Library of Medicine. This expands the functionality of elegansNet workbench by allowing easy literature searches on demand, and by providing continuous access to NCBI databases and services.
Channel 3 (Footnote frame): The content which typically changes monthly highlights biomedical research technology, and introduces the elegansNet WebStars
Channel 4 (Header frame): The content is continuously evolving. The objective is to provide quick access to most frequently used sites for news, searches, dictionaries, and bioinformatics databases & tools for many organisms. A partial list includes:
Quick Navigation of the Index Channel:
Click on the main index menu items to be transported to submenu items. This transport is fast because submenu options have already been downloaded to clients' computer. The following quick keys simplify navigation within the the index:
Back button of your browser or keyboard
'Home' & end' on your keyboard
'alt + left arrow' or 'alt + right arrow' keys on your keyboard
Click any of the radio buttons distributed throughout the index
Press 'Ctrl + F' keys on your keyboard, and type key words into popup window to search the elegansNet index.
Search engines & elegansNet
Most public search engines (e.g., AltaVista) recognize the following Internet Keywords/"Real Names" and will direct you to elegansNet:
Please send questions and comments to elegansNet@hotmail.com
[last modified on 03/13/2001 05:52 PM ]