- RadCases Database, Users must register and login.An online tool for radiology professionals, educators, and students. Medlantis is organized into individual modules that contain video lectures and links to relevant Thieme eRadiology and RadCases content. It is accessible from any computer, tablet, or phone with internet access.
- Radiology 100 online syllabus 2004-, UCSF
- RAND California DatabaseContains more than 170 databases including these health and socioeconomic statistics databases: AIDS Diagnoses in U.S. States, Cancer Incidence and Rates in U.S. States, Drug-Related Deaths, Health Behavioral Risk Factors and Health Conditions, Medicare and Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries and Enrollees, Medicare Beneficiaries by Age, Gender, Race and Federal Poverty Level, and Transfer of Payments.
- RAND State Statistics DatabaseContains over 180 databases covering all 50 states and includes data at the national, state, county, and city levels. Available sections include Health & Health Care, Population & Demographics and Social Insurance & Human Services.
- Annual and cumulative AIDS diagnoses for adults and children in all U.S. states.
- RAND State Statistics. Cancer Incidence and Rates in U.S. States All Cancer TypesAll Cancer Types -- Leading Types by Age -- Leading Types by Gender -- Leading Types by Race
- Provides state level data grouped by adult (age 20 and over) and youth (age 19 and under).
- Reports health risks and conditions for individuals in Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) based on surveys conducted by the Centers for Disease Control.
- RAND State Statistics. Medicare and Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries and Enrollees by State and MSA DatabaseReports by state and MSA the number of Medicare beneficiaries and enrollment in Medicare Advantage by local HMO, local PPO and Private Fee for Service (PFFS). Data source is the Kaiser Family Foundation Medicare Health and Prescription Drug Plan Tracker.
- RAND State Statistics. Medicare Beneficiaries by Age, Gender, Race and Federal Poverty Level DatabaseLists by state the number and percent of beneficiaries by age, gender, race, and federal poverty level. Data source is: Urban Institute and Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured estimates based on the Census Bureau's March 2009 and 2010 Current Population Survey (CPS: Annual Social and Economic Supplements).
- Causes of death by race, gender, and age group in U.S. states from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
- Payments by government and business to individuals and nonprofit institutions for which they do not render services in the current period. Payments are made in cash primarily, but also include medicare, medicaid, and food stamps. Data source is the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
- RapidMiner DatabaseRapidMiner Community Edition is a powerful yet reasonably easy to use, Java-based data mining and visualization environment. It is suitable for the analysis of data derived from biological data types.
- Rat genome database DatabaseRGD is the principal genome database for the rat model organism. It stores genetic and genomic data for all strains of the genus Rattus.
- Reactome DatabaseReactome is a collaboration among groups at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York University School of Medicine and The European Bioinformatics Institute to develop an open source curated bioinformatics database of human pathways and reactions. Pathway annotations are cross-referenced to many bioinformatics databases including NCBI Entrez Gene, Ensembl and UniProt.
- REBASE Database"A collection of information about restriction enzymes and related proteins. It contains published and unpublished references, recognition and cleavage sites, isoschizomers, commercial availability, methylation sensitivity, crystal and sequence data. DNA methyltransferases, homing endonucleases, nicking enzymes, specificity subunits and control proteins are also included. Putative DNA methyltransferases and restriction enzymes, as predicted from analysis of genomic sequences, are also listed."
- ReferenceUSA InfoUSAIncludes information from: Yellow Page and Business White Page telephone directories; annual reports; Continuing Medical Education (CME) directories; federal, state, provincial and municipal government data. It excludes unlisted phone numbers, Direct Marketing Association and Canadian Marketing Association suppression files. Residential listings also contain information from the most recent U.S. census.
- RefSeq NCBIProvide a comprehensive, integrated, non-redundant set of sequences, including genomic DNA, transcript (RNA), and protein products, for major research organisms.
- Report on carcinogens Latest <11th, 2005>The report includes listings of substances, divided into two categories: known human carcinogens and substances reasonably anticipated to be human carcinogens.
- Website NIH"The RePORT (Research Portfolio Online Reporting Tools) website provides access to a variety of reporting tools, reports, data, and analyses of NIH research activities. One of the tools available on the RePORT site is the RePORTER (RePORT Expenditures and Results) module. RePORTER is an electronic tool that allows users to search a repository of NIH-funded research projects and access publications and patents resulting from NIH funding"--Website.Allows users to search both intramural and extramural NIH-funded research projects from the past 25 years and to access publications and patents resulting from NIH funding. Provides access to research supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Includes the search capabilities of the former CRISP system, while providing additional fields, sortable and downloadable hit lists, project expenditures and results.
- Provides visualization and analysis capabilities for proteomics data deposited by NIAID's Biodefense Proteomics Resource Center Research Centers (PRCs) for organisms such as Bacillus anthracis, Brucella abortus, Cryptosporidium parvum, Francisella tularensis, Monkeypox, SARS-CoV, Salmonella typhimurium, Toxoplasma gondii, Vaccinia, Vibrio cholerae and Yersinia pestis.
- Serves as a gateway to freely available online resources related to public health preparedness. Resources include expert guidelines, factsheets, websites, research reports, articles, and other tools aimed at the public health community. Some of the resources focus on how the public health workforce can improve its readiness to respond to emergencies; others provide guidance on how to mitigate and manage the public health consequences of disasters. All resources are cataloged and may be searched by keyword or browsed by topic. Includes the CDC focus area, disaster phase, event type, as well as typical bibliographic data.
- Review of natural products ClinicalResource@Ovid
- Rseek SearchEngine/DatabaseSearch engine specializing in finding information about the R statistical analysis language.
- RTECS Can Cent Occup Health SafFulltext (1979 v. 1) Google BooksFulltext (1979 v. 2) Google BooksFulltext (1985/86 User's guide) Google BooksFulltext (1985/86 v. 3A) Google Books
- RTPrimerDB DatabaseRTPrimerDB stores validated primers for real-time PCR and associated probe sequences.
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