CMD: a Cotton Microsatellite Database resource for Gossypium genomics

@article{Blenda2006CMDAC,
  title={CMD: a Cotton Microsatellite Database resource for Gossypium genomics},
  author={Anna Blenda and Jodi A Scheffler and Brian E Scheffler and Michael Palmer and J. M. Lacape and John Z. Yu and Christopher Jesudurai and Sook Jung and Sriram Muthukumar and Preetham Yellambalase and Stephen P. Ficklin and Margaret Staton and Robert Eshelman and Mauricio Ulloa and Sukumar Saha and Benjamin Burr and Shaolin Liu and Tianzhen Zhang and Deqiu Fang and Alan E. Pepper and Siva Prasad Kumpatla and John Jacobs and Jeffrey P. Tomkins and Roy Cantrell and Dorrie S Main},
  journal={BMC Genomics},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={132 - 132}
}
The Cotton Microsatellite Database (CMD) http://www.cottonssr.org is a curated and integrated web-based relational database providing centralized access to publicly available cotton microsatellites, an invaluable resource for basic and applied research in cotton breeding. At present CMD contains publication, sequence, primer, mapping and homology data for nine major cotton microsatellite projects, collectively representing 5,484 microsatellites. In addition, CMD displays data for three of the… CONTINUE READING

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