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Biology of the Mammary Gland 
A forum to integrate various aspects of mammary gland biology, including cellular and developmental aspects, and to promote collaborations and the exchange of ideas, knowledge and resources.
http://mammary.nih.gov
BioScience Research Tool: Cell Biology 
Excellent specialized directory of online tools and resources selected for cell biologists.
http://biochemie.net/links/Cell_Biology/
Cell and Molecular Biology Online 
An informational resource for cell and molecular biologists.
http://www.cellbio.com/
Cell Intelligence 
Experimental research over two decades into the question of whether cells have a central signal integration system (Guenter Albrecht-Buehler, Northwestern University).
http://www.basic.nwu.edu/g-buehler/cellint.htm
Cell-Biology.com 
Information on cells, cell organelles, functions, mitosis, meiosis and cellular communication. Part of the ALtruis Biomedical Network.
http://www.cell-biology.com
Pigmentation.net 
Information about melanins, pigmentation and skin lightners.
http://www.pigmentation.net/
The Mitochondrial Website 
Genetics, biochemistry and functions of mitochondria in cell life, in diseases, apoptosis to death, in English and French.
http://members.aol.com/christofmorin
The Peroxisome Website 
Information about the peroxisome and associated disorders for people of all scientific backgrounds, from patients to scientists.
http://www.peroxisome.org
The WWW Virtual Library: Cell Biology 
A guide to major online resources in cell biology indexed by subject with annotated links (part of the WWW Virtual Library).
http://vlib.org/Science/Cell_Biology/
The WWW Virtual Library: Dictyostelium 
Section of the WWW Virtual Library devoted to the cell biology and genetics of the cellular slime mold (Dictyostelium discoideum).
http://dicty.cmb.nwu.edu/dicty/dicty.html
WWW Virtual Library: Yeast 
Cell biology, biochemistry and genetics of the yeast species Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Schizosaccharomyces pombe, with links to resources and databases.
http://genome-www.stanford.edu/Saccharomyces/VL-yeast.html