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Webinar: Gramene's New Search
Tuesday April 26th, 2016
2:00 pm EDT
Welcome to Gramene!
Gramene is an integrated resource for comparative functional genomics
analysis in crops and model plant species.
The Gramene database (http://www.gramene.org<http://cshl.cmail20.com/t/t-l-ddllkdt-kkuttrjil-y/>) has the pleasure to
invite you to a FREE 30-min webinar to demonstrate features of the new
search interface (http://search.gramene.org<http://cshl.cmail20.com/t/t-l-ddllkdt-kkuttrjil-j/>) and learn how to
programmatically access the underlying data (http://data.gramene.org<http://cshl.cmail20.com/t/t-l-ddllkdt-kkuttrjil-t/>).
During this webinar, we will demonstrate how to search for genes by id,
name, keyword, and to ask interesting questions by combining search terms.
We will show how to explore the set of results and expand the search via
homology relationships, or to genes with similar domain structure. The web
services that power the search interface will be covered by providing
example queries to extract genes, a gene tree, ontology terms, and to
obtain a BED file representation of the canonical transcripts for one
If you have a specific question or case example that you would like us to
address during this exercise, please contact us at webinar from gramene.org.
Who should attend?
This webinar is open to the community of plant researchers and breeders;
beginners, as well as frequent users of the Gramene database alike are
welcome and encouraged to join.
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Gramene is a curated, open-source, integrated data resource for
comparative functional genomics in crops and model plant species.
The Gramene Project is a collaboration of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory,
Oregon State University, EMBL-EBI, and OICR.
Gramene is funded by NSF award IOS:1127112. Partial support comes from the
USDA and USDA-ARS.
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Marcela Karey Tello-Ruiz, PhD
Gramene Project Coordinator
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
One Bungtown Road, Williams #5
Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724
E-mail: telloruiz from cshl.edu