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euGenes/ Arthropod genomes (Update ARP2 here)
orthologous gene groups, genome and genomics summaries

Search Arthropod gene clusters

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Mosquitoes
Fruitflies
Hymenoptera
Other insects
Other Ar'pods
>Limit to genes in these species
Current species list:
Crustacean: Daphnia pulex (waterflea)
Arachnid: Ixodes scapularis (tick)
Insects: Acyrthosiphon pisum (pea aphid), Pediculus (body louse)
   Aedes, Anopheles, Culex (mosquitoes)
   Apis (honeybee), Nasonia (jewel wasp), Tribolium (flour beetle)
   Drosophila (3 fruitflies: Dmel, Dpse, Dmoj)

The new BIOSCI/Bionet newsgroup ARTHROPOD provides a public forum for discussion and collaboration of shared biology interests among scientists studying species of Arthropoda (moderated). Please join and contribute to the discussion. Arthropods are the largest phylum of animals and include the insects, arachnids, crustaceans, and others. Topics of major interest for this list include Evolution and phylogenetics of arthropods; Genomics including comparative genomics, databases and resources; Vector arthropods of human and agricultural diseases.

List-mail: arthropod @ net.bio.net .. List-Subscribe: http://www.bio.net/biomail/listinfo/arthropod .. List-Archives: http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/arthropod/
Don Gilbert, 2009 October


Summaries of Arthropod genomes

BLAST Arthropod genomes

GBrowse maps of Arthropod genomes

Ortholog clustering of Arthropod genes

Data for Arthropod genomes analyses

If you find this service useful, or would like to see improvements, please let me know. -- Don Gilbert, August 2008, gilbertd At indiana edu

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