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Bioinformatics tools in grapevine genomics

Abstract : With the release of the grapevine genome sequence and with the increasing affordability of high throughput analysis tools, an ever increasing wealth of grapevine bioinformatics resources have been developed over the last decade in highly diverse biological fi elds. The grapevine community can now access extensive databases containing information relative to molecular markers, genetic maps, the genome sequence and its annotation, gene expression, proteins and metabolites. This chapter presents how to access these resources and provides some review of their contents and use. The next challenge is the further development of systems biology for grapevine; regarding this aspect, the different tools currently available for the integration of different types of data are discussed.
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Jérome Grimplet, Julie Dickerson, Anne-Francoise Adam-Blondon, Grant Cramer. Bioinformatics tools in grapevine genomics. Genetics, Genomics, and Breeding of Grapes, Science Publishers, 390 p., 2011, 978-1-57808-717-4. ⟨hal-02809785⟩



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