Also found in Biotechniques'
WebWatch column, iHOP
brings together all sorts of information relating to the gene you have searched for - once you have located the gene in the species you are interested in, you get links to information in UniProt, OMIM, and the NCBI databases.
There is a paper in Nature Genetics - doi: 10.1038/ng0704-664
, about iHOP, and a PubMed search just for the word "ihop" finds more papers about its uses, but not the Nature Genetics one itself as it has no abstract.
Labels: bioinformatics, genetics