Online databases containing complete or partial genomes of particular species.
An interactive genome browser supporting multiple species. Annmap displays mapping between Affymetrix Exon Arrays and their corresponding genes and exons.
An interactive genome browser supporting multiple species. It displays mapping between Affymetrix Exon Arrays and their corresponding genes and exons.
A transcriptome-wide atlas database for the developing mouse embryo established by RNA in situ hybridization.
An integrated database of genomic, expression and protein data for Drosophila and Anopheles.
A fully-searchable database to provide information and easy access to over 200 current and completed genome projects.
Gramene is a curated, open-source data resource that provides agricultural researchers and plant breeders with biological and genomic information on rice and other grasses.
A collection of databases and tools designed to help researchers understand the genetics of human ageing.
MaizeGDB is the community database for biological information about the crop plant Zea mays.
This site contains information on mouse genetic markers, mapping, phenotypes, mammalian homology and gene expression. All data are searchable through a set of Query Forms.
Offers analysis of protein sequence sets from individual sequences to complete genomes.
PhenomicDB is a multi-organism phenotype/genotype database. Users can compare the phenotypes of a gene over many organisms simultaneously.
Contains rat genomic data such as genes, SSLPs, ESTs, QTLs, and strain information and tools such as vcmap, genome scanner, rhmap server, metagene. Also has a rat research community forum.
Resource for genomic information on yeast, with tutorial on gene ontology, homology searches and comparisons. Includes links to tools, related conferences, and staff at Stanford University School of Medicine, California.
Website for S. erythraea NRRL23338 genome sequencing project.
Integrated clade oriented genome database for the Solanaceae (tomato, potato, pepper, eggplant etc.) and other Asterids. Contains genetic maps, gene sequences, phenotypic descriptions and images, tomato genome sequence and gene annotations.
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