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Intronless gene databases | Genome annotation

Intronless genes are a feature of prokaryotes; however, they are widespread and unequally distributed among eukaryotes and represent an important resource to study the evolution of gene architecture. Source: Yan et al., 2014.

IGDD
Dataset

IGDD Intronless Genes Database in Dicots

A comprehensive and up-to-date platform to assist the exploration of intronless…

A comprehensive and up-to-date platform to assist the exploration of intronless genes in dicot plants. IGDD contains data for five well-annotated plants including Arabidopsis thaliana, Carica papaya,…

IGD
Dataset

IGD Intronless Genes Database

A collection of gene sequences that are annotated as having a single exon…

A collection of gene sequences that are annotated as having a single exon structure in GenBank feature table. Data are clustered into several divisions to allow easy retrieval and analyses.

PIGD
Dataset

PIGD Poaceae Intronless Genes Database

A user-friendly web interface to explore information on intronless genes from…

A user-friendly web interface to explore information on intronless genes from different plants. This database will be useful for subsequent bio-computational analysis in comparative genomics and…

Genome SEGE
Dataset

Genome SEGE

Provides information on the distribution of 'intronless' genes in…

Provides information on the distribution of 'intronless' genes in different genomes together with their length distributions in each genome. The unique features that distinguish Genome SEGE…

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