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<li>biobar- First Release July 2004</li>  <li>biobar 1.2.3 - 21 Jan 2005</li>
   <li>biobar 1.2.2 - 09 Nov 2004</li>
   <li>biobar 1.1 - 28th July 2004</li>
   <li>biobar- First Release July 2004</li>
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<li><a href="http://msdbar.mozdev.org">MSDbar</a></li>  <li><a href="http://mozdev.org/">mozdev.org</a></li>
<li><a href="http://mozdev.org/">mozdev.org</a></li>  <li><a href="http://www.ebi.ac.uk/">EBI Home</a></li>
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<h5 class="infoHeader"><img src="http://www.mozdev.org/sharedimages/whatsnew_top.gif" width="154" alt="What's New"></h5>  <div>News item goes here</div>
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<div>News item goes here</div>  <div><a href="http://mozdev.org/">mozdev.org</a></div>
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<div><a href="http://mozdev.org/">mozdev.org</a></div>  </div>
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-->    <h3> Biobar - A toolbar for browsing biological data and databases.</h3>
</div>    <p>The <strong>biobar</strong> project is a bioinformatics
<!-- ***************** INFO/NEWS *************** -->      power-browsing toolbar for Mozilla-based browsers including Firefox and
      Netscape 7+. This toolbar provides access to all major biological data
<!-- MAIN CONTENT -->      resources. The primary advantage of this tool is that it allows a
<h3> Biobar - A toolbar for browsing biological data and databases.</h3>      biologist to browse and retrieve data from Genomic, Proteomic,
<p>The <strong>biobar</strong> project is a bioinformatics power-browsing toolbar for Mozilla-based browsers       Functional, Literature, Taxonomic, Structural, Plant and
    including Firefox and Netscape 7+. This toolbar provides access to all major biological data resources.       Animal-specific databases. In addition to the browsing features, <strong>biobar</strong>
    The primary advantage of this tool is that it allows a biologist to browse and retrieve data from Genomic,       also provides links to important bioinformatics sites and services
    Proteomic, Literature, Taxonomic and Structural databases. In addition to the browsing features, <strong>biobar</strong>      including services at the <a href="http://www.ebi.ac.uk/">European
    also provides links to important bioinformatics sites and services including services at the         Bioinformatics Institute (EBI)</a>, <a
    <a href="http://www.ebi.ac.uk/">European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI)</a> and         href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/">National Center for Biotechnology
    <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/">National Center for Biochemical Information (NCBI)</a>. The tool also         Information (NCBI)</a> and <a href="http://www.ddbj.nig.ac.jp/">DNA
    provides links to major data deposition sites for nucleotide, protein and 3D-structure data. Finally, the         Data Bank of Japan (DDBJ)</a>. The tool also provides links to major
    menu also contains links to many Sequence, Structure alignment and analysis tools.</p>      data deposition sites for nucleotide, protein and 3D-structure data.
      Finally, the menu also contains links to many Sequence, Structure
<p> The first release of biobar provides browsing access to the following biological databases:      alignment and analysis tools.</p>
<li>Macromolecular Structure Database (MSD)</li>    <p><img src="biobar1.jpg" alt="biobar"> </p>
<li>Research Collaboratory for Structural Biology (RCSB)</li>
<li>Protein Data Bank, Japan</li>    <p> The latest release <strong>(Version 1.2.3)</strong>
<li>Pfam</li>      of biobar provides browsing access to <span style="font-weight: bold;">34
<li>CATH</li>        different biological databases</span> (<a href="http://biobar.mozdev.org/Databases.html">listed here</a>). 
<li>SCOP</li>      The latest inclusions are <a href="http://www.amaze.ulb.ac.be/">aMAZE</a> and 
<li>EMBL Nucleotide Database</li>       <a href="http://www.kegg.com/">KEGG</a>. In addition, new search terms have been added to 
<li>UniProt Sequence Database</li>      <a href="http://www.biocyc.org/">BioCyc</a> 
<li>InterPro</li>      plus links to <a href="http://www.charite.de/bioinf/strap/"> STRAP </a> and 
<li>Gene Ontology (GO)</li>      <a href="http://ibivu.cs.vu.nl/programs/trustwww/"> TRUST </a>analysis tools from 
<li>NEWT</li>        the main menu. An options menu 
<li>Expert Protein Analysis System (ExPASy)</li>        allows customization of the databases (setting up defaults, choosing which group/s
<li>NCBI Databases including PubMed, OMIM, Genome, Protein, Nucleotide, MeSH etc</li>        of databases to see, adding NCBI Library LinkOuts etc).<br>
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<p> Biobar is an extension of the <a href="http://msdbar.mozdev.org/">MSDbar project</a> and complements     <p>If you have downloaded and used <strong>biobar</strong>, I would
    the functionality provided by <a href="http://expasybar.mozdev.org/">expasybar</a> and       appreciate your comment on how you found the toolbar. Please leave a
    <a href=http://pubmed.mozdev.org/">pubmedbar</a>.      comment at <a
        href="http://update.mozilla.org/extensions/moreinfo.php?id=169&amp;vid=308&amp;category=Search%20Tools&amp;vid=308&amp;page=opinion">Mozilla
<p> This project is under development and any comments/suggestions are welcome. Please write to <a href="mailto:jawahar at ebi dot ac dot uk">jawahar at ebi dot ac dot uk</a></p>        update</a></p>
    <p> Biobar is an extension of the <a href="http://msdbar.mozdev.org/">MSDbar
<?php require(NOTES2); ?>        project</a>. <b>Note:</b> Please
       unintall MSDbar before installing <strong>biobar</strong>. MSDbar may
       be uninstalled from the dropdown menu item (Uninstall) if <strong>jslib</strong>
       has been installed. You can install jslib <a
         href="http://downloads.mozdev.org/jslib/xpi/jslib_current.xpi"><strong>here</strong></a>
     </p>
     <p> This project is under development and any comments/suggestions are
       welcome. Please write to
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