The Learning Resources Database is a catalog of interactive tutorials, videos, online classes, finding aids, and other instructional resources on National Library of Medicine (NLM) products and services. Resources may be available for immediate use via a browser or downloadable for use in course management systems.
A digital archive of the published federal notices of judgment (a summary of the final outcome of a court case) for manufacturers and products prosecuted under authority of the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act. The judgments summarize the government's case about a product's adulteration or misbranding and the court's decision. Program homepage with detailed information at https://fdanj.nlm.nih.gov/
An automated analytical system for producing organized views of the transcriptome from a growing number of organisms. UniGene was retired in July 2019; however, you will continue to be able to access archived data.
A database that contains sequences built from the existing primary sequence data in GenBank. The sequences and corresponding annotations are experimentally supported and have been published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.
Coffee Break is a resource at NCBI that combines reports on recent biomedical discoveries with use of NCBI tools. The result is an interactive tutorial that tells a biological story. Each report is based on a discovery reported in one or more articles from the recently published peer-reviewed literature. After a brief introduction that sets the work described into a broader context, the report focuses on how a molecular understanding can provide explanations of observed biology and lead to therapies for diseases.
A product of the National Library of Medicine for the arrangement of library materials in the field of medicine and related sciences used internationally. The NLM Classification is updated twice a year with the winter edition published in January and the summer edition published in August. Publication of printed editions ceased with the 5th revised edition, 1999. Beginning with the 2006 edition, the NLM Classification is also available in PDF (Portable Document Format) at https://www.nlm.nih.gov/class/terms_cond.html