Linking Sequence and Structure
with Function

California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3)
University of California San Francisco
1700 4th Street, 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94158

The Enzyme Function Initiative (EFI)

The EFI will develop a robust sequence/structure-based strategy for facilitating discovery of in vitro enzymatic and in vivo metabolic/physiological functions of unknown enzymes discovered in genome projects, a crucial limitation in genomic biology.

Graduate Program in Quantitative Biology (PQB)

Training students in the understanding and engineering of complex biological systems from the molecular and cellular levels to the whole organism.

Graduate Program in Biological and Medical Informatics (BMI)

Multidisciplinary graduate study in biological composition, structure, function and evolution at the molecular and systems levels

Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacogenomics (PSPG)

The goal of the PSPG graduate program is to educate students to propose and to address the major questions in the pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacogenomics, teach students the basic sciences needed to answer these questions, and create an environment where students can develop into independent, ethical, and creative scientific problem solvers.

UCSF Computer Graphics Lab and UCSF Sequence Analysis and Consulting Service

The UCSF Computer Graphics Laboratory (CGL) is home to the Resource for Biocomputing, Visualization, and Informatics (RBVI), a NIH National Center for Research Resources Biomedical Technology Resource Center for the integrated analysis of biological sequence, structure, and functional information.

International Gene Trap Consortium (IGTC)

The International Gene Trap Consortium (IGTC) represents all publicly available gene trap cell lines, which are available on a non-collaborative basis for nominal handling fees. Researchers can search and browse the IGTC database for cell lines of interest using accession numbers or IDs, keywords, sequence data, tissue expression profiles and biological pathways.

Babbitt Lab Wiki

An internal password-protected site with useful information for current lab members.

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