Database that collects, integrates and links all relevant primary information from the GABI plant genome research projects and makes them accessible via internet. Its purpose is to support plant genome research in Germany, to yield information about commercial important plant genomes, and to establish a scientific network within plant genomic research.
GreenCards is the main interface for text based retrieval of sequence, SNP, mapping data etc. Sharing and interchange of data among collaborating research groups, industry and the patent- and licensing agency are facilitated.
* GreenCards: Text based search for sequence, mapping, SNP data etc.
* Maps: Visualization of genetic or physical maps.
* BLAST: Secure BLAST search against different public databases or non-public sequence data stored in GabiPD.
* Proteomics: View interactive 2D-gels and view or download information for identified protein spots.
Registered users can submit data via secure file upload.
Resource Type: Resource
Version: Latest Version
molecular plant physiology, plant genome, genome, blast, sequence, snp, mapping, proteomics, image collection
Additional Resource Types
database, data repository, data analysis service
German Resource Center for Genome Research RZPD GmbH, Max Planck Society, BMBF, 0312272, 0313112, 0315046
Created 5 years ago by Anonymous
- Riaño-Pachón DM
- Nucleic Acids Res.
- 2009 16
The GABI Primary Database, GabiPD (http://www.gabipd.org/), was established in the frame of the German initiative for Genome Analysis of the Plant Biological System (GABI). The goal of GabiPD is to collect, integrate, analyze and visualize primary information from GABI projects. GabiPD constitutes a repository and analysis platform for a wide array of heterogeneous data from high-throughput experiments in several plant species. Data from different 'omics' fronts are incorporated (i.e. genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics), originating from 14 different model or crop species. We have developed the concept of GreenCards for text-based retrieval of all data types in GabiPD (e.g. clones, genes, mutant lines). All data types point to a central Gene GreenCard, where gene information is integrated from genome projects or NCBI UniGene sets. The centralized Gene GreenCard allows visualizing ESTs aligned to annotated transcripts as well as displaying identified protein domains and gene structure. Moreover, GabiPD makes available interactive genetic maps from potato and barley, and protein 2DE gels from Arabidopsis thaliana and Brassica napus. Gene expression and metabolic-profiling data can be visualized through MapManWeb. By the integration of complex data in a framework of existing knowledge, GabiPD provides new insights and allows for new interpretations of the data.