NSNP A database of Nicotinan SNPs


Welcome to Nicotinan SNPs Database



The National Center for Biotechnology Information advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information.


EMBL is at the forefront of innovation in life sciences research, technology development and transfer, and provides outstanding training and services to the scientific community in its member states. This publicly-funded non-profit institute is housed at five sites in Europe whose expertise covers the whole spectrum of molecular biology.


PlantGDB is a genomics database encompassing sequence data for green plants (Viridiplantae). PlantGDB provides annotated transcript assemblies for >100 plant species, with transcripts mapped to their cognate genomic context where available, integrated with a variety of sequence analysis tools and web services. For 14 plant species with emerging or complete genome sequence, PlantGDB's genome browsers (xGDB) serve as a graphical interface for viewing, evaluating and annotating transcript and protein alignments to chromosome or bacterial artificial chromosome(BAC)-based genome assemblies. Annotation is facilitated by the integrated yrGATE module for community curation of gene models. Novel web services at PlantGDB include Tracembler, an iterative alignment tool that generates contigs from GenBank trace file data and BioExtract Server, a web-based server for executing custom sequence analysis workflows. PlantGDB also hosts a plant genomics research outreach portal (PGROP) that facilitates access to a large number of resources for research and training.

SGN: The SOL Genomics Network

The SOL Genomics Network (SGN) is a Clade Oriented Database (COD) containing genomic, genetic, phenotypic and taxonomic information for plant genomes. SGN originally concentrated on the Euasterid clade, including the families Solanaceae (e.g. tomato, potato, eggplant, pepper and petunia) and Rubiaceae (coffee).


TOBFAC came into being as a database of tobacco transcription factors at the time, possibly the largest collection of transcription factor sequences from a single plant species (over 2,500 genes). We have now expanded TOBFAC with the goal of making it the best database for tobacco genomic research. To do this, we have incorporated a large amount of new data that can be searched and assembled.

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