|The Conus Biodiversity website: Provides an extensive list of Conus species with related pictures and videos. For each species a list of synonym species names is provided. Most of the species information in ConoServer are according to the ones in this database.|
|Bruce Livett's website on coneshell and conotoxins: Dr Bruce Livett has been collecting information on cone snail and their venom for many years and his website is a major resource of news and views in the field of conotoxin research.|
|The Cone Collector A website about cone shells and how to identify them.|
|Animal Toxin Annotation Program: Annotation program at UniProt. It replaces a previous database called Tox-Prot.|
Prosites: describes sequence-based motifs in proteins
|TheConeSnail: website realized by Baldomero Olivera's laboratory. Useful resources on cone snails and conopeptides.|
|Database used to retrieve sequences and structures|
|UniProt: The database UniProt-KB is composed of two sections: UniProt-KB/Swiss-Prot and UniProt-KB/TrEMBL.|
|NCBI National Center for Biotechnology Information NCBI: The NCBI provides several databases but the two mainly used in ConoServer are the NCBI nucleotide database, the NCBI protein database and PubMed.|
|Worldwide Protein Data Bank|
ConoServer is managed at the Institute of Molecular Bioscience IMB, Brisbane, Australia.
The database and computational tools found on this website may be used for academic research only, provided that it is referred to ConoServer, the database of conotoxins (http://www.conoserver.org) and the above reference is cited. For any other use please contact David Craik (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Last updated: Wednesday 7 December 2022