http://www.oxfordjournals.org/nar/database/cat/10 NAR database of very useful websites 2012
http://www.cancerrxgene.org/ database of drug sensitivity and gene expression in cancer cell lines
http://www.broadinstitute.org/ccle/home mutation database of cancer cell lines
http://dshb.biology.uiowa.edu/Antigen-list list of antibodies available cheaply via NCI
http://ligercat.ubio.org (uses word clouds)
www.pubget.com (gets pdfs)
http://etest.vbi.vt.edu/etblast3/ (text similarities)
antibodies available (hybridoma bank)
http://gopubmed.org uses semantics (context/relationship significance)
and for fun, check out the plagiarism database, and see if you have been plagiarised - entire papers are copied according to this database, all too often (of course its easier to publish if you just copy other people's work) http://dejavu.vbi.vt.edu/dejavu
and finally an online list of multiple useful sites:
**bioinformatic classes etc at the library
**...PHD comic on cancer research....
**up to date info on prostate cancer treatment at the National Cancer Institute Prostate Cancer Page
** If you are a prostate cancer researcher and you haven't spoken for an US TOO! support group, these are the guys that lobby congress to keep funding our research! Do them a favor and call your local chapter and offer to give a seminar - these families are all affected by prostate cancer and they really appreciate hearing about the latest research in the field! you can find the closest chapter here!
** Get your MOJO on and read this illustrated guide to the epigenetic field: an introduction to epigenetics for the non-initiated....click here