Ensembl Plants is a joint project of the European Bioinformatics Institute and the group of Doreen Ware at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, who have developed the Gramene database [1,2], a resource for plant comparative genomics based on Ensembl technology [3,4]. Databases are constructed in a direct collaboration with the Gramene resource, funded by the United States National Science Foundation award #1127112.
A common set of databases are available through Ensembl Plants and Gramene, and the two groups are collaborating on the integration of content, quality control and the development of new features.
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