Our aim is to make Brassica crop data openly accessible and available in a standardised and well-described manner. We collaborate with Elixir, Bioschemas.org and Biosamples to make the hosted data findable and interoperable with analysis tools and re-usable among the scientific community.
Brassica Information Portal Team
- Wiktor Jurkowski Earlham Institute, www: http://www.earlham.ac.uk/wiktor-jurkowski
- Annemarie Eckes Earlham Institute, www: http://www.earlham.ac.uk/annemarie-hildegard-eckes
- Carlos Horro Earlham Institute, www: http://www.earlham.ac.uk/carlos-horro
- Sarah Dyer Earlham Institute, email: contact address
- Tomasz Gubała Spectrum IT
- Tomasz Szymczyszyn Spectrum IT
- Piotr Nowakowski Spectrum IT
- Graham King Southern Cross University
- York Oilseed Rape Knowledgebase
- Brassica Genome Gateway
- The OREGIN project
- The RIPR project
- Brassica tools
This work was supported by UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council as part of the BBSRC Renewable Industrial Products from Rapeseed (RIPR) Programme (BB/L002124/1) and was strategically funded by the BBSRC, Institute Strategic Programme Grant (BB/J004669/1) at the Earlham Institute (formerly The Genome Analysis Centre, Norwich).
The underlying database schema is derived from the CropStoreDB schema ver.7 (Love et al 2012, doi: 10.1111/j.1744-7909.2012.01120.x ). Incorporated vocabularies include Gramene taxonomy (release 26.04.2013), plant ontology (release 19.05.2016) and trait ontology (release 12.11.2015), used under Planteome and Gramene projects licenses.