To learn more about research resources relevant to the study of HIV, please see the links below.
AIDS Reagent Program, Catalog of AIDS reagents, online ordering. Registration required but provides a plethora of HIV-1 reagents for no charge.
HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Overview, Centralized database designed to help you locate trials studying HIV/AIDS
HIV Sequence Database, HIV and SIV genetic and protein databases, evolutionary trees,geographic isotype distribution, General reviews on retrovirus biology.
HIV Molecular Immunology Database, A searchable collection of identified HIV-1 T-cell epitopes and antibody binding sites and tools for epitope mapping and identification.
HIV Drug Resistance Database, A compilation of mutations in HIV genes that confer resistance to anti-HIV drugs.
Stanford RT and Protease Database, Database of published sequences evolutionary and drug-related variation in RT and protease structure and RT and protease sequence analysis programs.
HIV/SIV Vaccine Trials Database, Searchable centralized database of vaccine trials
General Research Links
For general information about useful research resources, see the links below.
Amos' WWW links page, extremely extensive pointer list to information sources for life scientists with an interest in biological macromolecules.
DNA, RNA, Protein Sequence Databases, Portal for Genbank, PUBMED, Entrez, Blast.
Protein Data Bank, the single worldwide repository for the processing and distribution of 3-D biological macromolecular structure data
Virology on the Net, A compendium of virology related Web sites, an index to virus pictures on the web, and a collection of some of the best Online Virology and Microbiology Course Notes.
Webcutter, Web-based program to provide restriction mapping for any given sequence.