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Blast Formatted Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Data for TAGdb

The University of Queensland
Associate Professor Dave Edwards (Author)
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Dave.Edwards@uwa.edu.au

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The TAGdb is an online database enabling researchers to identify paired read sequences that share identity with a submitted query sequence. These tags can be used to design oligonucleotide primers for the PCR amplification of the region in the target genome. This tool is applicable for gene and promoter discovery in a wide range of species and greatly facilitates comparative genomics and molecular marker discovery in orphan crops or those with large and complex genomes. The collection currently includes Barley, Brassica, Diplotaxis, Hirschfeldia, Lotus, Nicotiana, Pongamia, Rye, Sinapis, Teraselmis and Wheat NGS data.

Issued: 2015

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