[LSDB Cross Search] 6 databases have been added to Life Science Database Cross Search

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Mar 17, 2020

The following database has been added to the search index of Life Science Database Cross Search.

TADB 2.0 TADB is a database for Type 2 Toxin-antitoxin (TA) loci in Bacteria and Archaea. Sequence information of nucleic acids and amino acids, loci in the genome, and information of the Replicons are provided.
Virus-Host DB Virus-Host DB is a database about the relationships between viruses and their hosts. It provides information of the relationships represented in the form of pairs of NCBI taxonomy IDs for viruses and their hosts. This database covers viruses with complete genomes stored in 1) NCBI/RefSeq and 2) GenBank whose accession numbers are listed in EBI Genomes. The host information is collected from RefSeq, GenBank (in free text format), UniProt, ViralZone, and manually curated with additional information obtained from literatures.
Rubber Genome & Transcriptome Database Rubber Genome & Transcriptome Database provides rubber tree genome sequence and multi-transcriptomics data. This database provides genome information including gene functional annotations and multi-transcriptome data of RNA-seq, full-length cDNAs including PacBio Isoform sequencing (Iso-Seq), ESTs and genome wide transcription start sites (TSSs) derived from CAGE technology. It also provides information about co-expressed genes for identifying functionally related gene sets and/or genes regulated by the same transcription factor (TF). Users are able to access multi-transcriptome data through both a gene-oriented web page and a genome browser. This database allows to keyword search, sequence homology search and gene expression search; users can also select their expression threshold easily.
MeKO MeKO is a database of metabolomic data for Arabidopsis thaliana. It contains profiling data of metabolites in 50 Arabidopsis mutants, using gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC-MS). It allows to browse using a mutants list. Non-processed data, including chromatograms, mass spectra, and experimental metadata, follow the guidelines set by Metabolomics Standards Initiative (MSI) and are downloadable freely.
FioreDB This database provides information of phenotype in transgenic plants created by CRES-T (Chimeric REpressor gene-Silencing Technology) system which is a novel gene silencing technology for genes encoding transcription factors. Users can search gene-constructs inducing preferable phenotype or browse list of gene-constructs. Almost all the transcription factors of Arabidopsis thaliana are applied to the strategy, and those constructs are used for creating transgenic plants which are not only Arabidopsis thaliana but also other economically important plants.
Type Collection Database This is a database of type specimens of species and infraspecific taxa of the plant families preserved in the Herbarium, Department of Botany, the University Museum, the University of Tokyo (TI). Data are based on the Material Reports, The University Museum, University of Tokyo (1981- 2011), Catalogue of the Type specimens Preserved in the Herbarium, Department of Botany, The University Museum, The University of Tokyo Part 1-12.

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