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Systems Biology of Symbiosis (SymBioSys) Database @ The Medina Lab

The Santos Lab is happy to host a link to the Systems Biology of Symbiosis (SymBioSys) Database. This product, based on work from the Medina Lab at the University of California Merced and maintained by Shinichi Sunagawa, provides a web-accessible database interface to express sequence tags (ESTs) from various cnidarian species and Symbiodinium isolates. If you have any questions regarding the SymBioSys Database, please feel free to email Shinichi Sunagawa or Monica Medina.

 

As of Oct 2009, the species and # unique EST sequences in the SymBioSys Database are:

Symbiodinium sp. strain KB8 (clade A):

1,220

Symbiodinium sp. "type" C3:

2,632

the anemone Aiptasia pallida:

4,925

the scleractinian Acropora millepora (larval transcriptome):

99,091

the scleractinian Acropora palmata:

14,647

the scleractinian Montastraea annularis:

2,388

the scleractinian Montastraea faveolata:

11,611

the scleractinian Porites astreoides:

6,681

 
>> Go to SymBioSys web portal @ The Medina Lab (UC-Merced).

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