- Bioinformatics Resources in XML.com
- A resource site to gather XML documentation, DTDs and tools for biology in one central location.
- Alan Robinson's Work in XML and Bioinformatics
- Coordinating information dissemination and discussion on the use of XML in bioinformatics, and to serve as a repository for metadata describing the relationships between biological XML data resources.
- GEML - an Extensible Markup Language (XML)-based tag set, was developed to provide a standard method of exchanging gene expression data along with the associated gene and experiment annotation.
- The purpose of CellML is to store and exchange computer-based biological models. CellML allows scientists to share models even if they are using different model-building software. It also enables them to reuse components from one model in another, thus accelerating model building.
- LabBook's Genomic XML Browser is a powerful graphic interface that allows to search for, display, enhance, and present genomic information from diverse databases.
- AGAVE (Architecture for Genomic Annotation, Visualization and Exchange) is an XML format for managing, visualizing and sharing annotations of genomic sequences.
- BSML is an extensible language specification and container for bioinformatic data.
- XEMBL is all about bringing EMBL Nucleotide Sequence data to users in a variety of formats.
- SBML by merging modeling-language features from a number of existing software packages, and encompasses the minimal information required for biochemical models.