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Title 

The Brassica rapa tissue-specific EST database

 

배추의 조직 특이적 발현유전자 데이터베이스

Authors 

H J YuS G ParkM OhH J HwangNamshin KimH ChungS H SohnB S ParkJ H Mun

Publisher 

Korean Society for Horticultural Science

Issue Date 

2011

Citation 

Korean Journal of Horticulture Science & Technology, vol. 29, no. 6, pp. 633-640

Keywords 

CropGene expressionGene functionPublic databaseUnigene

Abstract 

Brassica rapa is an A genome model species for Brassica crop genetics, genomics, and breeding. With the completion of sequencing the B. rapa genome, functional analysis of the genome is forthcoming issue. The expressed sequence tags are fundamental resources supporting annotation and functional analysis of the genome including identification of tissue-specific genes and promoters. As of July 2011, 147,217 ESTs from 39 cDNA libraries of B. rapa are reported in the public database. However, little information can be retrieved from the sequences due to lack of organized databases. To leverage the sequence information and to maximize the use of publicly-available EST collections, the Brassica rapa tissue-specific EST database (BrTED) is developed. BrTED includes sequence information of 23,962 unigenes assembled by StackPack program. The unigene set is used as a query unit for various analyses such as BLAST against TAIR gene model, functional annotation using MIPS and UniProt, gene ontology analysis, and prediction of tissue-specific unigene sets based on statistics test. The database is composed of two main units, EST sequence processing and information retrieving unit and tissue-specific expression profile analysis unit. Information and data in both units are tightly inter-connected to each other using a web based browsing system. RT-PCR evaluation of 29 selected unigene sets successfully amplified amplicons from the target tissues of B. rapa. BrTED provided here allows the user to identify and analyze the expression of genes of interest and aid efforts to interpret the B. rapa genome through functional genomics. In addition, it can be used as a public resource in providing reference information to study the genus Brassica and other closely related crop crucifer plants.

ISSN 

1226-8763

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1. Journal Articles > Journal Articles

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2019-05-02


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