Provides a resource that allows investigations of the relationship among genetic variation, gene expression, and other molecular phenotypes in multiple human tissues. GTEx gives a unified view of genetic effects on gene expression across a broad range of tissue types, most of which have not been studied for expression quantitative trait locus (eQTLs) previously. This dataset was constructed on the basis of a collection of 900 donors.
Provides a curated and integrated repository of Rosaceae genetics, genomics and breeding data and analysis tools. GDR gathers information on quantitative trait loci (QTL), Mendelian trait loci (MTL) or genes and markers for essential agriculture traits from large-scale genotype/phenotype/transcriptome datasets. It includes also data about publications on Rosaceae and several online analysis tools to exploit the collected information.
This database is an integrated web-based system providing information about quantitative trait loci (QTL) markers in rice plant. The RiceQTLPro has the three main features namely, (1) QTL markers list, (2) searching of markers using keyword, and (3) searching of marker position on the rice chromosomes.
Serves for characterizing the potential functional roles of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) that control transcript isoforms in human cancer. CancerSplicingQTL is an online database that provides several options for browsing, searching and downloading data of interest. Six types of alternative splicing (AS) events were analyzed in this resource including: skipped exon, retained intron, alternative donor sites, alternative acceptor sites, alternate terminator and alternate promoter.
Gathers public genomic, genetic and breeding data for cotton. CottonGen is composed of whole genome sequences, unigenes from expressed sequence tags (ESTs), markers, trait loci, genetic maps, genes, taxonomy, germplasm, publications and communication resources for the cotton community. It can be explored through genome pages, search tools and GBrowse, a popular genome browser. This tool permits users to view and compare cotton genetic maps.
Gathers information helping user to predict gene-to-gene association. WormQTL HD is a database assisting in exploitation of the worm expression Quantitative Trait Loci (eQTL) data for human disease research. It is based on the detection of the overlapping sets of orthologous genes associated with different phenotypes, or ‘phenologs’ between these two species.
Provides quantitative trait loci (QTL) data for cattle, chicken and pigs. AnimalQTLdb enables comparison of QTL results within species and across experiments. It serves as a bridge between genotypes (genes) and phenotypes (traits), which will inevitably necessitate inclusion of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP)/genome-wide association study (GWAS) data. The database contains about 5900 cattle, 3400 chickens, 7400 pigs, 750 sheep and 90 rainbow trout data points.