The Gramene/Plant Reactome team will be presenting a workshop at the Plant and Animal Genomes (PAG 2014) Conference! Learn the latest updates to Gramene’s comparative genomics and pathways visualization/mining tools to aid your research of plant models and crops.
Workshops will give a broad overview of Gramene’s database resources and demonstrate many specific topics like how to:
- Explore plant reference genomes with value-added functional annotation, population data, and phylogenomic comparisons
- Navigate metabolic and regulatory pathways with the new Plant Reactome
- Analysis of gene expression datasets on Plant Reactome
- Visualize your data on Gramene’s genome and pathway browsers
- Mine mutant genes from our extensive germplasm genotype database
- Download images, sequences, orthologs, gene-trees, and many other data in a variety of conventional formats
- Give feedback and get help!
Meet with Gramene staff and developers to explore what Gramene can do for you.
Also please VISIT OUR BOOTH for one-on-one assistance or just to say Hi!
The Plant Reactome group has released 21 new rice pathways, focusing on carbohydrate biosynthesis, cofactor biosnythesis, and secondary metabolite biosnythesis.
The National Science Foundation has awarded new funds to the Gramene project to develop a Plant Reactome.