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TIGR: The Institute for Genomic Research

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TIGR provides databases of many sequenced eukaryotic and prokaryotic genomes. The data can be accessed as DNA and protein sequence and cellular role.
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Date Added to MERLOT: July 16, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 11, 2011
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Send email to www@tigr.org
Submitter: Judith Kandel

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Language: English
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Avatar for Matthew Badtke
4 years ago

Matthew Badtke (Faculty)

Cannot be reviewed, the link is not active

Technical Remarks:

The link is no longer active and should be updated.


Avatar for Jim Bidlack
14 years ago

Jim Bidlack (Faculty)

Here's a well-illustrated and oriented Web Site for Genomic Research. It
provides a new twist on what is available on the internet, in that, a brief
history and scientists involved in the research, are provided. Students will be
inspired by this site to get more involved in genomic research and learn much
through the graphic presentations.

Avatar for Judith Kandel
14 years ago

Judith Kandel (Faculty)

This site provides access to information about a variety of genome projects
including the 32 completed microbial genomes, rice, Arabidopsis, and potato. Dataon
the microbial genomes that were sequenced by TIGR is organized in a user
friendly fashion. Clicking on the organism name, links to background information
on the bacterium. The database of sequence information is divided into several
parts. The gene identification table and the RNA tables use categories of
cellular roles published in 1993. DNA molecule information is also avialable.
The genome data can be searched by gene name, coding locus, and sequence. It can
also be downloaded.