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The Gramene Database build 56 is out with 8 new plant genomes!

The Gramene Team is pleased to announce its release #56 with 2,075,925 genes and 53 reference plant genomes.  Of these genes, 1,892,629 are protein coding, and 1,703,219 genes are organized in 67,042 gene family trees. 

The Gramene and MaizeCode Projects launched the first Maize Annotation Jamboree

The first genomic annotation jamboree for B73 Zea mays (maize) RefGenV4 Zm gene models was held on December 3-5, 2017 at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL).

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First Maize Annotation Jamboree group photo

Early career Tansley Medal award for plant scientists!

Calling all early career plant scientists!

The New Phytologist Tansley Medal is awarded annually in recognition of an outstanding contribution to plant science by an individual in the early stages of their career (student and post-doctoral researchers with up to five years’ experience since gaining / defending their PhD are eligible).

The Gramene Database build 55 is out with a brand new Jute genome!

The Gramene Team is pleased to announce its release #55 with 1,836,677 genes and 45 reference plant genomes.  Of these genes, 1,588,290 are protein coding, and 1,492,253 genes organized in 63,367 gene family trees.

Half-day workshop on bioinformatics tools for Plant Genomics (Nov. 29, Noon-5PM)

Prior to the start of the CSHL Plant Genomes Meeting, a half-day workshop will be sponsored by the Gramene (NSF #1127112) and CyVerse (NSF # 1265383) projects and will cover public bioinformatics tools and resour

The Gramene Database build 54 is out!

The Gramene Team is pleased to announce its release #54 with 1,751,769 genes and 44 reference plant genomes.

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Highlights from the 9th Asian Crop Science Association Conference, June 5-7, Jeju, Korea

Written by: Young Koung Lee

The 9th Asian Crop Science Association Conference (9th ACSAC) was held at Jeju International Convention Center, Korea on June 5-7, 2017.  Dr. Young Koung Lee presented a poster about the Gramene comparative genomics and pathways database. The meeting brought together crop researchers from all over the world, especially Asia, Japan, Korea, and China.

Gramene at the 9th ACSAC mainly focused on the issues below:

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Dr. Young K. Lee describing Gramene, a comparative database for plants

Detailed new ‘reference’ genome for maize shows the plant has deep resources for continued adaptation

Author: Peter Tarr, Senior Science Writer

‘Phenotypic plasticity’ traced to maize’s regulatory flexibility bodes well for expanding the staple’s growing range as the planet warms

Gramene is getting ready for the Plant Biology Conference 2017 — See you in Honolulu!

The Plant Biology 2017 Conference will take place in Honolulu, HI from June 24-28 of 2017.

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