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This is a new joint TAL/COPPUL offering, led by TAL for The Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR) from Phoenix Bioinformatics. It is an online database of genetic and molecular biology data for Arabidopsis thaliana, a key reference plant.
The vendor has an online presence where users can access a limited number of page views and limited content without a subscription. They have IP usage data which shows some TAL member institutions have been accessing this database which may mean there is interest amongst members to offer this resource. They have meter limit so that that researchers that don't use TAIR regularly can occasionally look up certain items without having a subscription, but if the user is using TAIR with any regularity, they will hit the metering and there is a limit to use. To get full access, a subscription to TAIR is required.
This is a joint TAL/COPPUL offering, led by TAL.
From the vendor:
The Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR) is an online database of genetic and molecular biology data for Arabidopsis thaliana, a key reference plant. It is an indispensable resource for Arabidopsis researchers.
TAIR was established in 1999 and continues to provide the most comprehensive and current set of plant gene function data. Plant biologists working with both Arabidopsis and other plants use TAIR because the comprehensive information available for Arabidopsis is often directly relevant to other plant species.
TAIR's value to scientists lies in its continually updated data set of Arabidopsis gene function, mutant phenotype, expression pattern and related data extracted from the research literature. We only redistribute data after it has been available from TAIR for one year.
Every year, an average of:
Arabidopsis gene function, mutant phenotype, expression pattern, new publications and related data are updated weekly from the latest research literature. Up-to-date curated information is exclusively available to our subscribers.
Search for insertions, verify gene structure, and much more.
Gene Ontology Annotations:
Ontology-based functional annotation allows for powerful query and genome-wide data analysis.
Search for genes, loci, proteins, DNA, seed stocks, and much more with our multi-variable search.
If you wish to join this new TAL subscription, please contact Christa Foley Licensing Librarian by Monday, October 15, 2018.