Saturday, December 10, 2022


List of Databases and Web Servers For COVID-19 Research

The list includes a number of useful recently published databases and web-servers for COVID-19 research.

Databases related to COVID-19

  • SARS-CoV-2 – Virus Pathogen Genome database with visualization and analysis tools.
  • LitCovid – A curated literature hub for tracking up-to-date scientific information about the 2019 novel Coronavirus.
  • CoV3D – A resource for structures of coronavirus proteins and their recognition by antibodies and other molecules.
  • GISAID – Database of all influenza viruses and the coronavirus causing COVID-19.
  • COVID19 Drug Repository – Integrates latest data on both drugs and drug targets used for COVID-19.
  • DockCoV2 – A drug database for SARS-CoV2. In silico drug docking against SARS-CoV2 targets.
  • GESS – Global Evaluation of SARS-CoV2 Sequences.
  • PAGER-COV – Database of pathways and gene lists related to COVID-19.
  • ViruSur – An integrated database to investigate viral sequences.
  • COVID-19 database – Global literature on coronavirus disease.

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