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We operate a login server (named codon) for all registered users, giving access to a wide range of tools and data summarised on the pages in this section.
The service has it's own Linux-based hardware infrastructure, consisting of a number of servers carrying out specific tasks and extensive storage capabilites
We support a wide range of bioinformatics software, which are primarily available through command line interface on codon.
We maintain local copies of major bioinformatics databases, indexed for searching using common algorithms. We also maintain MySQL and Postgresql installations for relational storage.
The UK-MedBio project provides a dedicated infrastructure for data storage, aggregation, analysis and visualisation of diverse types of biomedical data