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How to access our data

Our data resources are distributed amongst the collaborating labs. So, we have included a list of things you can do along with links that bring you to the data.


ARRAY

Search and obtain probe information.

ARRAY

Search our expression datasets.

BAC

Query the cotton physical mapping database.

BAC

Download BAC fingerprint image files.

BAC

BAC clones are available on a cost recovery basis and can be obtained by emailing directly to Prof. Andrew Paterson, director of the Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory.

BLAST

An implementation of WWWblast will allow you to BLAST your sequences to our latest cotton assembly.

EST

Download EST read and assembly data.

EST

Query cotton EST assemblies.

EST

EST clones, from the D5 library only, are available on a cost recovery basis and can be obtained from the Arizona Genomics Institute.

MAP

A 'consensus' genetic map, assembled by PGML from diploid and tetraploid maps with comparisons to Arabidopsis, can be viewed at http://www.plantgenome.uga.edu/cmap.


MAP

The mapped objects search portal can be used to search for genetically mapped ESTs/probes and obtain BAC hybridization, genetic map, sequence and other related information.


MAP

Mapped marker data is available in spreadsheet and fasta formats from the Cotton Marker Database.

SEED

The cotton accessions that are employed in these studies are distributed through GRIN and the National Collection of Gossypium germplasm in College Station.

WS

Learn about our genetic map related Web service.

WS

Learn about our cotton oligo-array related Web service.


We welcome your comments and suggestions.