Date Palm Resequence Database

Other names: DRDB

The Date Palm Resequence Database (DRDB) is an online genomic resource database for date palm. It was created to distinguish different sub-types of date palms and mine genetic variation of interest. The DRDB includes SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms) and SSRs (short sequence repeats) from 62 date palm cultivars. Also included are pre-calculated SNPs and SSRs markers for classification and diversity; PCR primers for SNPs and SSRs markers; information on the phylogenetic relationships of all cultivars and their geographic distribution; and coding SNPs and their effects on amino acids.

Webpage:
http://drdb.big.ac.cn/home

Licence:
Name: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 China Mainland (CC BY 3.0 CN)
URL: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/cn/

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food genome geographical location microsatellite single nucleotide polymorphism

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