|Title||Xylella fastidiosa 9a5c Genome Page|
|Publisher||The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR) as part of J. Craig Venter Institute: Rockville, US (MD) <http://www.jcvi.org/>|
|Distributor||The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR): Rockville, US (MD) <http://www.tigr.org/t>|
|Country (State)||United States of America|
|Format of data||text/html|
|Keywords||sequence analysis; molecular sequence data; bacterial genomel; genome databases|
|Description||The Xylella fastidiosa 9a5c genome page is provided by TIGR as part of their Comprehensive Microbial Resource, a tool that allows the researcher to access all of the bacterial genome sequences completed to date. X. fastidiosa clone 9a5c causes citrus variegated chlorosis, a serious disease of orange trees. This project was carried out by the Organization for Nucleotide Sequencing and Analysis, Brazil, and funded by São Paulo state (FAPESP) and Brazilian federal (CNPq) governments and São Paulo state citrus growers' association (Fundecitrus). In addition to a general overview of X. fastidiosa 9a5c, the Web site provides more information and analyses on this genome, including protein/gene lists, analyses like GC plots and comparisons, 2D-gels, and recent gene duplications. It is possible to perform a PubMed search or genome searches based on name, locus, position, EC#, TIGRFAM or HMM, and to choose links to external sites related to this genome. TIGR is a not-for-profit organisation funded by NIH.
The institute is now part of the J. Craig Venter Institute.
|Source Type||Subject-Specific Website|
|CABI Classification||Forests and Forest Trees (Biology and Ecology)|
|Access||free; no restriction|
|Level||graduate - professional|
|Notes||remarks: The Genome Pages menu at this site can be used to view a different organism's genome.|