A bioinformatics gateway towards integrative legume biology

medicago truncatula

  • Nicknames : Integrating high throughput data    tutorial

    This service allows to find very quickly the correspondence between different identifiers representing the same gene in Medicago truncatula, or Glycine Max

  • KnowledgeBase : knowledge structuration and representation    tutorial


    To represent the 'knowledge' extracted from a publication, we model it as a relationship between one effector and a list of targets that are biological objects. We rely on ontologies when available, but we decided to make this form very simple, to try and promote a broad utilisation by the community. Integration of the Cytoscape software to visualize the large graph

  • Legume Proteomes :

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    Portal dedicated to Genbank Fabaceae family, M. truncatula, G. max and L. japonicus functional annotation (blast, search engine, automatic annotation)
    Direct access using keyword:

  • Workflows : in silico protocols    tutorial


    The 'Workflow' section of the Legoo portal proposes a one-click access to several workflows designed with Remora which provides a user-friendly web interface to design and run BioMoby-based workflows as well as the capability of archiving data and results. E.g. of analysis : from a list of any Medicago truncatula IDs - TIGR TC, MENS, IMGAG, affy, MtOLI16k, etc.-, the workflow retrieves the corresponding IMGAG accessions when possible, get the upstream sequences - 1500bp - and run MEME to identify conserved motifs.

  • Narcisse : Comparing genomes and maps to transfer knowledge    tutorial


    The Narcisse plant section, available through the 'Genomics/ComparativeGenomics' section of the Legoo portal, integrates the pairwise comparisons of genome sequences (both at the nucleic and protein levels), including the two model legumes M. truncatula v3 (http:// medicago.org/genome) and L. japonicus v1 (Sato et al., 2008) as well as the crop legume G. max v1 (http://www.phytozome.net; http://soybase.org)

See all the tutorials : Help/Tutorials



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