The latest news about the ionomics project and thoughts from team members.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Yeast database goes live
The Beta version of our yeast database is now live. This database holds over 50,000 samples worth of ionomic data on all viable yeast strains from both the full genome knockout and over expression collections. A description of how the data was collected has been published in Danku et al., J Anal. At. Spectrom. 2009, 24, 103-107. The database supports searches for specific genes, data display and download. We have also included features that allow the re-upload of downloaded data sets after user-defined manipulations have been performed. These new up-loaded user-defined data sets then become searchable by the community. We are currently working on a paper in which we describe the statistical analysis of the data and its biological implications. Please report bugs or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org or IBaxter@danforthcenter.org.
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