CropSeqDB - a new UK CropNet database
Keith Bradnam [NASC]
keith at thale.life.nottingham.ac.uk
Fri Mar 23 19:56:52 EST 2001
UK CropNet are pleased to announce the launch of our latest
database: CropSeqDB - a sequence database for UK crop plants.
This database has been created for two main reasons:
i) To act as a repository of sequence information for UK crop
ii) To complement our existing Arabidopsis database (AGR) by linking
sequences in CropSeqDB to their likely Arabidopsis homologue in AGR.
As a UK crop plant database, CropSeqDB only contains information for
species detailed in the MAFF National Listing of UK crop species (which
includes cereals, vegetables, oil & fibre plants, and fodder crops).
CropSeqDB currently contains nearly half a million sequences (taken from
the EMBL database) representing over 150 species. Likely Arabidopsis
homologues have been identified for about 70% of these sequences.
CropSeqDB can be searched by EMBL accession, gene name, gene product, etc.
and all sequences with homologies are linked directly to protein entries
in the AGR database. A BLAST server is also provided.
For more information, and to search CropSeqDB, please go to:
~ Keith Bradnam - UK CropNet (http://ukcrop.net) webmaster and
~ Arabidopsis Genome Resource (http://ukcrop.net/agr) developer.
~ Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre, University Park,
~ University of Nottingham, NG7 2RD, UK. Tel: (0115) 951 3091
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