Musa meristem proteome database

Two-dimensional gel electrophoresis based protein profiles

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This project is a collaboration between the Laboratory for Tropical Crop Improvement, Division of Crop-bio-engineering at the Catholic University of Leuven and the Laboratory of Plant Biochemistry and physiology at the University of Antwerp. Proteins were identified in the Centre for Proteome analysis from the University of Antwerp.

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- Bioversity International
- Global Musa Genomics Consortium

2D electrophoresis proteome database: Musa spp.

This page serves as the starting point for Musa spp. data in the proteome databases from the Centre for Proteome Analysis from the University of Antwerp. The correct bookmark address is http://www.pdata.ua.ac.be/musa/

The aim of this database is to facilitate data-integration, interrelation and querying, and to provide interested researchers of the datasets on which the proteome research papers of this project were based. A number of tools is currently under development that in the future will assist in querying and analysing the data presented here. For more info please look on our bioinformatics tools website.

Cachaco
Genus: Musa
Section: Eumusa
Species/group: ABB
Subspecies/subgroup: Bluggoe

The Musa dataset can currently be accessed via the following ways:

- Image Map: Go to protein info by clicking on a chosen spot on a reference map

Experimental dataset: Carpentier Sebastien C., Witters Erwin, Laukens Kris, van Onckelen Harry, Swennen Ronny, Panis Bart.- Banana (Musa spp.) as a model to study the meristem proteome: acclimation to osmotic stress.- In: Proteomics, 7:1(2007), p. 92-105 (pubmed)


This project is supported by the Belgian National Science Foundation (FWO).


 

Project contact: Sebastien Carpentier
Dbase admin: Kris Laukens
pProRep is developed in the University of Antwerp - CEPRO