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The TRIPLES database: a community resource for yeast molecular biology

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The TRIPLES database: a community resource for yeast molecular biology
TRIPLES is a web-accessible database of TRansposonInsertion Phenotypes, Localization and Expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae--a relational database housing nearly half a million data points generated from an ongoing study using large-scale transposon mutagenesis to characterize gene function in yeast. At present, TRIPLES contains three principal data sets (i.e. phenotypic data, protein localization data and expression data) for over 3500 annotated yeast genes as well as several hundred non-annotated open reading frames. In addition, the TRIPLES web site provides online order forms linked to each data set so that users may request any strain or reagent generated from this project free of charge. In response to user requests, the TRIPLES web site has undergone several recent modifications. Our localization data have been supplemented with approximately 500 fluorescent micrographs depicting actual staining patterns observed upon indirect immunofluorescence analysis of indicated epitop...
Anuj Kumar, Kei-Hoi Cheung, Nick P. Tosches, Peter
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where NAR
Authors Anuj Kumar, Kei-Hoi Cheung, Nick P. Tosches, Peter Masiar, Yang Liu, Perry L. Miller, Michael Snyder
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