Accessing integrated Brassica

Love, Christopher G. and Edwards, David (2007). Accessing integrated Brassica. In John M. Walker (Ed.), Plant Bioinformatics - Methods and Protocols (pp. 229-243) New Jersey: Humana Press Inc.

Author Love, Christopher G.
Edwards, David
Title of chapter Accessing integrated Brassica
Formatted title
Accessing integrated Brassica
Title of book Plant Bioinformatics - Methods and Protocols
Place of Publication New Jersey
Publisher Humana Press Inc
Publication Year 2007
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Series Methods in Molecular Biology
ISBN 978-1-58829-653-5
Editor John M. Walker
Volume number 406
Chapter number 10
Start page 229
End page 243
Total pages 16
Total chapters 26
Collection year 2008
Language eng
Subjects 270200 Genetics
620105 Oilseeds
0803 Computer Software
0604 Genetics
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The BASC system provides tools for integrated mining and browsing of genetic, genomic and phenotypic data. The BASC demonstration server provides access to raw and analysed information for Brassica species and comparative information with Arabidopsis. We can use the tools within the Brassica BASC server to identify candidate genes for traits, conduct genome comparisons with Arabidopsis, identify syntenic regions and view gene expression profiles. The integration of BASC modules allows researchers to gain a comprehensive view of diverse Brassica genetic, genomic and phenotypic information. This chapter demonstrates the application of this resource, through the identification of candidate genes for an observed seed oil quality trait in Brassica napus
Keyword Comparative genomics
Data integration
Q-Index Code B1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code

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