GCBN Services

GBIS

GBIS - The information system of the German Genebank is a safeguard of plant biodiversity and is an important source of information for plant researchers as well as crop breeders, e.g. for identifying appropriate germplasm for breeding purposes. In addition, the access to genebank material as a sovereign task is also of high interest to the general public. Find this service in BioTools here.
Funding: Neither development nor maintenance funded by de.NBI.

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EURISCO

EURISCO is a search catalogue providing information about ex situ plant collections maintained in Europe. It is based on a European network of ex situ National Inventories (NIs). Currently, EURISCO comprises passport data about 1.1 million germplasm accessions from 372 holding institutions from 43 countries. Find this service in BioTools here.
Funding: Neither development nor maintenance funded by de.NBI.

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LAILAPS

LAILAPS is a search engine, which provides an exploration of plant genomic data for forward genetic research and comprises millions of quarterly updated and indexed information from major life science databases as well as millions of evidence ranked gene annotations to associate these facts with plant genome loci. Find this service in BioTools here.
Funding: Development and maintenance partially funded by de.NBI.

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e!DAL - PGP

e!DAL denotes "electronic Data Archive Library". It is a lightweight open source software framework for publishing and sharing research data. Using the e!DAL technology, a Plant Genomics and Phenomics Research Data Repository is currently provided at the IPK Gatersleben. Find this service in BioTools here.
Funding: Neither development nor maintenance funded by de.NBI.

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IPK BLAST Server

Using the IPK Blast server, a homology search against the current barley sequences resources is provided. The complete sequences data set comprises the whole genome shotgun assemblies of the cultivars Morex, Barke and Bowman as well as the high and low confidence gene sets. The newest POPSEQ anchoring data is integrated. Furthermore, the barley exome capture targets are provided. Additionally, resources like bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) assemblies, BAC end sequences and full length cDNAs are included. Find this service in BioTools here.
Funding: Development and maintenance partially funded by de.NBI.

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PlantsDB

PlantsDB currently holds structured and interconnected genome and gene data for 12 prominent plant species ranging from model organisms, like Arabidopsis to important crops, like wheat. Additionally it offers a platform for integrative and comparative plant genome research for which specialized online tools such as Crows Nest, a comparative map viewer or an RNAseqExpression Browser are provided. Further useful features are bulk data download possibilities and PGSB-REdat, a large plant transposon collection connected to REcat, a detailed repeat classification scheme. Fins this service in BioTools here.
Funding: Development funded to a small part by de.NBI.

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PlabiPD

PlabiPD currently hosts data functional annotation of plant genomes using the MapMan Annotation, it also offers a webservice ""Mercator"" to automatically annotate and classify plant FASTA sequence in bulk submission. Also to visualize Plant expression data on metabolic maps. Find this service in BioTools here.
Funding: Neither development nor maintenance funded by de.NBI.

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