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Plant Stress-Responsive Gene Catalog

http://dayhoff.generationcp.org/

Description :
Stress-responsive gene in various plant species

PPDB: Plant Promoter Database

http://ppdb.gene.nagoya-u.ac.jp/

Description :
Plant promoter database

PeroxiBase

http://peroxibase.isb-sib.ch/index.php

Description :
Peroxidases from plants, bacteria and fungi

PlantTFDB

http://planttfdb.cbi.pku.edu.cn/

Description :
Plant Transcription Factor Database

PlantTribes

http://fgp.huck.psu.edu/tribedb/index.pl

Description :
Families of protein-coding genes from five sequenced plant species

Narcisse

http://narcisse.toulouse.inra.fr/

Description :
Conserved syntenies for various animal, plant and bacterial genomes

VBI Microbial Database

http://phytophthora.vbi.vt.edu/

Description :
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute Phytophtora database

PathoPlant®

http://www.pathoplant.de/

Description :
PathoPlant® has been developed as a relational database to display relevant components and reactions involved in signal transduction related to plant-pathogen interactions. Signal transduction pathways are modeled as consecutive sequences of known molecules and corresponding reactions. PathoPlant entries are linked to associated internal records as well as to entries in external databases such as SWISS-PROT, GenBank, TAIR, AthaMap, PubMed, and TRANSFAC®. PathoPlant has recently been complemented by microarray gene expression data from Arabidopsis thaliana subjected to pathogen infection and elicitor treatment. Implemented web tools enable identification of plant genes regulated by specific stimuli. Up to three stimuli can be combined with the option of induction factor restriction to determine similarly regulated genes. To identify common cis-regulatory elements in co-regulated genes, a resulting gene list can directly be exported to the AthaMap database (http://www.athamap.de) for analysis.

Aknowledgement :
We would like to thank Thomas Zobel, Daniela Bruhn and Juliane Scheithauer for data annotation. The PathoPlant® project is supported by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research, BMBF, Grant No. 031U110C/031U210C.

References :
1. Bülow, L., Schindler, M., Choi, C. and Hehl R. (2004) PathoPlant®: a database on plant-pathogen interactions. In Silico Biol., 4, 0044.

Plant Organelles Database

http://podb.nibb.ac.jp/Organellome

Description :
Images of plant organelles and protocols for plant organelle research12

autoSNPdb

http://acpfg.imb.uq.edu.au/autosnpdb.php

Description :
Plant SNP discovery database

P3DB

http://www.p3db.org/

Description :
Plant protein phosphorylation database

PhytAMP

http://phytamp.pfba-lab.org/

Description :
Data repository of plant natural antimicrobial peptides

PPDB: Plant Proteomics Database

http://ppdb.tc.cornell.edu/

Description :
Plant Proteomics Database

Genome Database for Rosaceae

http://www.bioinfo.wsu.edu/gdr/

Description :
Genomics of apple, cherry, peach, pear, raspberry, rose and strawberry

GeneCAT

http://genecat.mpg.de/

Description :
The Gene Co-expression Analysis Tool-box (GeneCAT) is a suite of microarray co-expression analysis tools for plant biology. The platform includes both standard co-expression tools such as gene clustering and expression profiling, as well as tools that combine co-expression analysis with BLAST for functional inferencing. Arabidopsis thaliana and Barley are featured plants.

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