ICBO_2018_71: Comparative functional analysis in plants with Gramene

TitleICBO_2018_71: Comparative functional analysis in plants with Gramene
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsGupta, P, Preece, J, Jaiswal, P, Tello-Ruiz, MK, Wei, S, Naithani, S, Olson, A, Stein, J, Jiao, Y, Wang, B, Kumari, S, Lee, YKoung, Kumar, V
Conference NameInternational Conference on Biomedical Ontology (ICBO 2018)
Date Published08/06/2018
PublisherInternational Conference on Biological Ontology
Keywordsannotation, comparative analysis, functional genomics, ontology associations, pathways, plants

Gramene (http://www.gramene.org) is an integrated resource for comparative functional analysis in plants, and provides researchers with access to 53 genomes and pathways for 75 plant species. Gramene includes powerful phylogenetic approaches, such as protein-based gene trees with stable IDs and whole-genome DNA alignments, enabling comparison across plant species. Gramene also provides integrated search capabilities and interactive views to locate and visualize gene features, gene neighborhoods, phylogenetic trees, genetic variation, gene expression profiles, pathways, ontology associations, and curated and orthology-projected pathways. Gramene builds upon Ensembl and Reactome software, and is committed to open access and reproducible science based on FAIR principles. Gramene is supported by an NSF grant IOS-1127112, and from USDA-ARS (1907-21000-030-00D).