Announcement from the Consortium for Maize Genomics
Whitelaw, Cathy A.
whitelaw at tigr.org
Thu Dec 4 18:50:46 EST 2003
The Consortium for Maize Genomics is pleased to announce the release
of data and analysis from the third assembly of ~500,000
methylation-filtered (MF) and High C0t (HC) genomic sequences
(Release 3.0) at http://www.tigr.org/tdb/tgi/maize/.
Release 3.0 comprises four assemblies:
(1) MF-only (Release3.0MF),
(2) HC-only (Release3.0HC),
(3) MF and HC combined (Release3.0ALL),
(4) Unfiltered (UF) -- random shotgun reads generated from an
unfiltered maize genomic library -- (Release3.0UF).
For Release 3.0 assembly statistics summary, please visit:
For Analysis of repetitive sequences in the maize genomic assemblies,
For Gene matches to maize genomic sequences, please visit:
To Download the Release 3.0 assemblies, please visit:
WE'LL SEQUENCE YOUR MAIZE BAC
Follow the link for more information:
In addition we've updated the following features to reflect the Release3.0 AZMs
---GENOME MAP BROWSER---
---MAIZE BAC VIEWER---
---MAIZE BAC ANNOTATION---
---MAIZE REPEAT DATABASE---
Since the Release2.0 announcement, we have updated our database of
maize repetitive sequences which is available for download. Please
visit the following link for more information:
In conjunction with the "Sequencing the Maize Genome" project we have
created a website for the general public (www.maizegenome.org
<http://www.maizegenome.org/> ) which aims to provide information and
updates relating to active maize genomic sequencing projects.
We are constantly searching for ways to improve our website and to
make the data produced by the Consortium for Maize Genomics project
easily accessible and informative to the maize community. As always,
we welcome your feedback -- please e-mail us at maize at tigr.org.
Cathy Whitelaw (The Institute for Genomic Research)
Brad Barbazuk (Donald Danforth Plant Science Center)
This project is supported by NSF Plant Genome award, DBI-0221536
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