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The Helix Systems are a group
of high-performance computers available to NIH personnel for
scientific purposes. Major protein, nucleotide and other
databases are maintained and updated, and an extensive
of software is available to manipulate them. In addition,
mathematical, graphical and internet tools are available on
the helix systems.
NCI's FBSC is
located in Frederick, MD, and provides computational support
for biomedical research to NCI, NIH and extramural biomedical
Web-based applications include sequence analysis, phylogenetic analysis, gene mapping and databases.