Emerging high-throughput technologies like next-generation sequencing (NGS) have led to a dramatic increase of descriptive and functional genetic information over the past decade, revealing gene properties such as gene and protein family, mRNA tissue distribution, gene functional or pathway membership.
Collects identified allergy-related genes by the literature-mining and manual curation. AllerGAtlas provides an overview of human allergy-related genes and their related diseases. It includes almost 2000 identified genes. Users can search by three types of queries: protein name, nucleotide sequence and protein sequence. This online resource also supports the function of community curation.
Provides an online searching platform for antibiotic resistant genes (ARGs). ARGs-OSP is a database that offers a global profile of the antibiotic resistome. This resource was constructed by integrating two large datasets of the whole genome database (WGD) and metagenomic database (MGD). It includes search and download functionalities that were designed for users to retrieve the occurrence of ARGs in different taxonomy and the abundance of ARGs in different habitats.
Compiles data related to leptospires and leptospirosis. LeptoDB gathers more than 500 genome and proteome sequences, encompasses about 20 complete genomes as well as a wide range of draft ones. The platform is organized around eight panels proposing a particular focus, i.e. epitope, primer or 3D structure. It aims to assist researchers in understanding the mechanisms of diseases and treatments linked with leptospirosis.
Provides a collection of data for barley, wheat, and oat, and results of U.S. Uniform Regional Nurseries for the U.S. Wheat and Barley Scab Initiative. T3 contains traits partitioned into categories that are customized to reflect the types of data collected for each species. It allows users to find genotype information for specific lines or markers as one block of data.
Consists of a repository of meloidogyne genomic resources. Meloidogyne contains information about phytoparasitic root-knot nematodes Meloidogyne incognita, Meloidogyne arenaria and Meloidogyne javanica. Users can browse the various data via a Jbrowse interface.
Stores information on substrate specificity. GGDB provides necessary information for the analysis of glycogenes. In GGDB, the following property information of each glycogene are stored in XML format: gene names (gene symbols), enzyme names, DNA sequences, tissue distribution (gene expression), substrate specificities, homologous genes, EC numbers, and external links to various databases. It graphically shows the information such as substrate specificities, etc.
Gathers more than 43000 human genes about 320000 transcripts. CHESS is a repository which proposes five downloadable files displaying: (i) a set for gene annotation aligned according human genome release GRCh38.p8; (ii) a gene list of the complete database with additional features; (iii) a FASTA file including the sequences of the censused proteins; (iv) a modified annotation file limited to reference chromosomes and mitochondrion; and (v) a set of annotation enriched by data from RefSeq.