TriTrypDB: a functional genomic resource for the Trypanosomatidae

@article{Aslett2009TriTrypDBAF,
  title={TriTrypDB: a functional genomic resource for the Trypanosomatidae},
  author={Martin Aslett and Cristina Aurrecoechea and Matthew Berriman and John Brestelli and Brian P. Brunk and Mark Carrington and Daniel Pearce Depledge and Steve Fischer and Bindu Gajria and Xin Gao and Malcolm J. Gardner and Alan R. Gingle and Gregory R. Grant and Omar S. Harb and Mark Heiges and Christiane Hertz-Fowler and Robin Houston and Frank Innamorato and John Iodice and Jessica C. Kissinger and Eileen T. Kraemer and Wei Li and Flora J. Logan-Klumpler and John A. Miller and Siddhartha S. Mitra and Peter J. Myler and Vishal Nayak and Cary Pennington and Isabelle Q H Phan and Deborah F. Pinney and Gowthaman Ramasamy and Matthew B. Rogers and David S. Roos and Chris Ross and Dhileep Sivam and Deborah F. Smith and Ganesh Srinivasamoorthy and Christian J. Stoeckert and Sandhya Subramanian and Ryan Thibodeau and Adrian Tivey and Charles Treatman and Giles Velarde and Haiming Wang},
  journal={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={38},
  pages={D457 - D462}
}
TriTrypDB (http://tritrypdb.org) is an integrated database providing access to genome-scale datasets for kinetoplastid parasites, and supporting a variety of complex queries driven by research and development needs. TriTrypDB is a collaborative project, utilizing the GUS/WDK computational infrastructure developed by the Eukaryotic Pathogen Bioinformatics Resource Center (EuPathDB.org) to integrate genome annotation and analyses from GeneDB and elsewhere with a wide variety of functional… 

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