Citrus sinensis Annotation Project (CAP): A Comprehensive Database for Sweet Orange Genome

Citrus is one of the most important and widely grown fruit crop with global production ranking firstly among all the fruit crops in the world. Sweet orange accounts for more than half of the Citrus production both in fresh fruit and processed juice. Researchers at Huazhong Agricultural University, China have sequenced the draft genome of a double-haploid sweet orange (C. sinensis cv. Valencia), and constructed the Citrus sinensis annotation project (CAP) to store and visualize the sequenced genomic and transcriptome data. CAP provides GBrowse-based organization of sweet orange genomic data, which integrates ab initio gene prediction, EST, RNA-seq and RNA-paired end tag (RNA-PET) evidence-based gene annotation. Furthermore, the researchers provide a user-friendly web interface to show the predicted protein-protein interactions (PPIs) and metabolic pathways in sweet orange. CAP provides comprehensive information beneficial to the researchers of sweet orange and other woody plants

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Availability – CAP is freely available at http://citrus.hzau.edu.cn/.

Wang J, Chen D, Lei Y, Chang J-W, Hao B-H, et al. (2014) Citrus sinensis Annotation Project (CAP): A Comprehensive Database for Sweet Orange Genome. PLoS ONE 9(1), e87723. [article]
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