United States Department of Agriculture

National Animal Genome Research Program

(NRSP8 Livestock Genome Research Projects)
Databases and Web Sites

This is the USDA NRSP8 Program (National Animal Genome Research Program, NAGRP) Bioinformatics Coordination Project web site. The project is supported by funding from the USDA-NRI (former CSREES) for the periods 2003-2008, 2008-2013, 2013-2018, and 2018-2023.

The "precursor" of this site was known to some old timers as "AnGenMap web site". It was the USDA NAGRP Pig Genome Coorination wesite (1993-1998) and the USDA NAGRP Pig and Chicken Gene Mapping Databases site (1998-2003).

This site is designed as an information center to serve the national animal genome research projects of cattle, chicken, pigs, sheep, horse, and aquaculture species. This is home to databases and web sites (being) built for structural, functional and application oriented studies of the animal genomics, to serve the purpose of research, education and related activities in the scientific, industrial and educational communities in the states and world wide.

The development and maintenance of this site are by a Bioinformatics Team at the Iowa State University.

Go on with your  tour , or use the Roadmap to quickly locate what you look for.

Sites that list works from AnimalGenome.org

  1. ISU Library - QTLdb
  2. ISU Library - CorrDB
  3. Database Commons
  4. DK net
  5. FAIRsharing - QTLdb
  6. FAIRsharing - CorrDB
  7. Registry of Research Data Repositories
  8. Neuroscience Information Framework
  9. Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library System
  10. RRPI Portal
  11. re3Data - QTLdb
  12. re3Data - CorrDB
  13. SciCrunch: University of California data sharing and display platform
  14. USDA National Ag Library - QTLdb
  15. USDA National Ag Library - CorrDB
  16. Oxford journals database collections
  17. LabWorm: an aggregator of scientific online tools.
  18. Ensembl Data sources

BioTechniques Commentary about the "AnimalGenome.ORG" (2009):

Column: WebWatch

* Genome on the Range

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