RiTE database: a resource database for genus-wide rice genomics and evolutionary biology

@inproceedings{Copetti2015RiTEDA,
  title={RiTE database: a resource database for genus-wide rice genomics and evolutionary biology},
  author={Dario Copetti and Jianwei Zhang and Moaine El Baidouri and Dongying Gao and Jun Wang and Elena Barghini and Rosa Maria Cossu and Angelina Angelova and L. CarlosE.Maldonado and Stefan Roffler and Hajime Ohyanagi and Thomas M Wicker and Chuanzhu Fan and Andrea Zuccolo and Mingsheng Chen and Antonio Costa de Oliveira and Bin Han and Robert J Henry and Yue-Ie C. Hsing and Nori Kurata and Wen Wang and Scott A. Jackson and Olivier Panaud and Rod A. Wing},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2015}
}
Comparative evolutionary analysis of whole genomes requires not only accurate annotation of gene space, but also proper annotation of the repetitive fraction which is often the largest component of most if not all genomes larger than 50 kb in size. Here we present the Rice TE database (RiTE-db) - a genus-wide collection of transposable elements and repeated sequences across 11 diploid species of the genus Oryza and the closely-related out-group Leersia perrieri. The database consists of more… CONTINUE READING
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