Felix A. Lopez wrote:
> Dear Members, I am seeking a genome database similar
> to FlyMine but for plants. Please pass along.
>> Thank you.
You should probably look at InterMine and StemCellMine:
BF Francis Ouellette http://bioinformatics.ubc.ca/ouellette
>> --- Kim Rutherford <kmr at flymine.org> wrote:
>>>>Version 5.0 of FlyMine is now available at
>>http://www.flymine.org>>>>FlyMine is an integrated database of genomic,
>>expression and protein
>>data from Drosophila, Anopheles and C. elegans. As
>>resource it is possible to run data mining queries
>>that span domains of
>>>>FlyMine 5.0 adds genome annotation for D.
>>pseudoobscura (release 2.0
>>from FlyBase) and A. mellifera (release 2.0 from
>>InParanoid orthologues to the other genomes in
>>FlyMine. Also added are
>>InParanoid orthologues to many other species and GO
>>annotation for some
>>of them. Interface improvements include the ability
>>for users to tag
>>favourite templates and to change their password.
>>>>For a full list of data sources see:
>>http://www.flymine.org/sources>>For a list of all changes see
>>http://www.flymine.org/release-notes>>>>Where to find help with FlyMine:
>>- on the website: http://www.flymine.org/what>>- via the Feedback form accessible on every FlyMine
>>- send us an email at support at flymine.org>>- call us at +44 (0)1223 333 377
>>>>We welcome feedback.
>>>>>>The FlyMine Team
>>>>FlyMine is a freely available resource funded by The
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