e.g. Carboxy* or chx28

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What's New in Release 47

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The Track Hub Registry

You can search the Track Hub Registry to find public RNA-Seq studies aligned to plant genomes (read more).

Wheat assemblies

Ensembl Plants hosts the latest wheat assembly from the IWGSC (RefSeq v1.0), including:

  • The IWGSC RefSeq v1.1 gene annotation, with links to wheat-expression.com and KnetMiner
  • Alignment of 98,270 high confidence genes from the TGACv1 annotation.
  • Axiom 35K and 820K SNP arrays from CerealsDB and Linkage Disequilibrium display
  • EMS-induced mutations from sequenced TILLING populations (Kronos and Cadenza).
  • Inter-Homeologous Variants (IHVs) between the A, B and D genome components.
  • Whole genome alignments to rice, brachypodium and barley.
  • Assembly to assembly mapping and gene ID mapping to the previous TGAC v1 assembly, archived at eg37-plants.ensembl.org.
  • Polyploid view enabled, allowing users to view alignments among multiple wheat components simultaneously.
  • Durum wheat 35K, 90K, 820K and TaBW280K variants.

Archive sites

Archive of release 45 of EnsemblPlants: eg45-plants.ensembl.org (Sep 2019)

Archive of release 40 of EnsemblPlants: eg40-plants.ensembl.org (July 2018)

Archive of release 37 of EnsemblPlants: eg37-plants.ensembl.org (Oct 2017)

Read here how you can get data from other releases

Funding

Ensembl Plants datasets are constructed in a direct collaboration with the Gramene resource, funded by the United States National Science Foundation award #1127112. Read more about our collaboration with Gramene.

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The development of resources for wheat is funded by the BBSRC-funded Designing Future Wheat ISP.

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Past Funding

transPLANT, funded by the European Commission within its 7th Framework Programme, under the thematic area "Infrastructures", contract number 283496.

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BBSRC funding for wheat (Triticeae Genomics For Sustainable Agriculture) and barley (UK barley genome sequencing project).

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