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Sullivan, James C., Joseph F. Ryan, James A. Watson, Jeramy Webb, James C. Mullikin, Daniel Rokhsar, John R. Finnerty. -StellaBase: The Nematostella vectensis Genomics Database- Nucleic Acids Research 34Database issue: D495-D499. 2005

Abstract

StellaBase, the Nematostella vectensis Genomics Database, is a web-based resource that will facilitate desktop and bench-top studies of the starlet sea anemone. Nematostella is an emerging model organism that has already proven useful for addressing fundamental questions in developmental evolution and evolutionary genomics. StellaBase allows users to query the assembled Nematostella genome, a confirmed gene library, and a predicted genome using both keyword and homology based search functions. Data provided by these searches will elucidate gene family evolution in early animals. Unique research tools, including a Nematostella genetic stock library, a primer library, a literature repository and a gene expression library will provide support to the burgeoning Nematostella research community. The development of StellaBase accompanies significant upgrades to CnidBase, the Cnidarian Evolutionary Genomics Database. With the completion of the first sequenced cnidarian genome, genome comparison tools have been added to CnidBase. In addition, StellaBase provides a framework for the integration of additional species-specific databases into CnidBase. StellaBase is available at http:-www. stellabase.org.

CAS: Biology: Scholarly Papers - ENG: Bioinformatics: Scholarly Papers -



Autor: Sullivan, James C. - Ryan, Joseph F. - Watson, James A. - Webb, Jeramy - Mullikin, James C. - Rokhsar, Daniel - Finnerty, John R.

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