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HmtDB / Human Mitochondrial Database

Supports population genetics and mitochondrial disease studies. HmtDB hosts human mitochondrial genome sequences annotated with population and variability data, the latter being estimated through the application of the SiteVar/MitVarProt programs, based on site-specific nucleotide and aminoacid variability calculations. The annotations are manually curated thus adding value to the quality of the information provided to the end-user. Classifier tools implemented in HmtDB allow the prediction of the haplogroup for any human mitochondrial genome currently stored in HmtDB or externally submitted de novo by an end-user. Haplogroup definition is based on the Phylotree system. End-users accessing HmtDB are hence allowed to: (i) browse the database through a multi-criterion query system; (ii) analyse their own human mitochondrial sequences via the classify tool or by downloading the mt-classifier tool; (iii) download multi-alignments with reference genomes as well as variability data.


An online database for comparative browsing of borrelia genomes. BorreliaBase is currently populated with sequences from 35 genomes of eight lyme-borreliosis group borrelia species and 7 relapsing-fever group borrelia species. Distinct from aggregator databases, this tool serves manually curated comparative-genomic data including genome-based phylogeny, genome synteny, and sequence alignments of orthologous genes and intergenic spacers. It also implements a novel graphic user-interface design that encourages comparisons of bacterial genomes under a framework of their shared phylogenetic history.


An online database system of cross-referenced information and resources on Brassicaceae taxonomy, systematics, evolution, traits and germplasm resources. Biological material and resources, either collected directly in the wild or held in germplasm collections, are often taxonomically misidentified and are very rarely further characterized and documented. BrassiBase will close these various gaps and provide the full potential of research focusing on the adaptive characters and character trait evolution in the Brassicaceae.

KGCAK / K-merbased Genome Composition Analysis Knowledgebase

Exploits within-species K-mer arrays and allows cross-species comparisons, for phylogeny building. KGCAK aims to capture features of genome sequences and turns digital K-mer arrays from genomes into easy-to-understand and visualized data from a comparative genomics perspective. The database proposes 3 access modes: one to compare multiple species at the same time, one to view the data, and another to explore data in a single genome fashion.


A freely accessible web application and database that enables human mitochondrial genome researchers to study genetic variation in mitochondrial genome with textual and graphical views accompanied by assignment function of haplogrouping if users submit their own data. Hence, the MitoVariome containing many kinds of variation features in the human mitochondrial genome will be useful for understanding mitochondrial variations of each individual, haplogroup, or geographical location to elucidate the history of human evolution.