RMD: a rice mutant database for functional analysis of the rice genome

@article{Zhang2006RMDAR,
  title={RMD: a rice mutant database for functional analysis of the rice genome},
  author={Jianwei Zhang and Caishun Li and Changyin Wu and Lizhong Xiong and Guoxing Chen and Qifa Zhang and Shiping Wang},
  journal={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={D745 - D748}
}
Rice Mutant Database (RMD, http://rmd.ncpgr.cn) is an archive for collecting, managing and searching information of the T-DNA insertion mutants generated by an enhancer trap system. We have generated approximately 129 000 rice mutant (enhancer trap) lines that are now being gathered in the database. Information collected in RMD includes mutant phenotypes, reporter-gene expression patterns, flanking sequences of T-DNA insertional sites, seed availability and others, and can be searched by… CONTINUE READING

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