Bio-Mirror is a world bioinformatic public service for high-speed access to up-to-date DNA and protein biological sequence databanks.
These databanks have been being growing so rapidly that distribution is hampered by existing Internet speeds.
The Bio-Mirror project provides high-speed access, with nighly updates, to these multi-Gigabyte data sets.
Bio-Mirror was developed at the GenomeInformatics Lab of Indiana University Biology Department.
The Bio-Mirror project receives support from organizations including APBioNet (APAN); AFFRC (Japan); AARNet (Australia); NUS (Singapore); IMCAS (China); KAIST (Korea); Kasetsart University (Thailand); and NSF and Indiana University (USA).