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The FGDB interface is decommissioned since June 2014.
To access the genome data please visit our Fungal Resources entry page
and follow the links to the Pedant and GBrowse resources in the respective project pages.
Welcome to the MIPS Fusarium graminearum Genome Database
The MIPS Fusarium graminearum Genome Database aims to present
information on the molecular structure and functional network of the entirely
sequenced, filamentous fungus Fusarium graminearum (Anamorph of Gibberella zeae). This interface is based on the assembly 3 sequence of the
Whitehead Center for Genome Research.
Please note the
The goal is to provide a comprehensive genome database in the Genome Research Environment in parallel with other fungal genomes to enable in
depth fungal comparative
This project started as part of the GEN-AU Project
Virulence mechanisms of the plant pathogenic fungus
Fusarium graminearum and resistance mechanisms in host plants
coordinated by Dr. Gerhard Adam (BOKU, Vienna) and funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Culture, which has established the national genome programme GEN-AU (GENome Research in AUstria: http://www.gen-au.at/). Since 2009 funded by the Austrian FWF (SFB37).
More on the outline of the Project
There is an onogoing effort to process all gene calls manually and thus, the number of genes is a moving target. Any evidence on wrong or correct gene calls is welcome. Please provide your data for manual detailed curation of the FGDB content. Thanks!
Citation: Wong P, Walter M, Lee W, Mannhaupt G, Münsterkötter M, Mewes HW, Adam G, Güldener U (2010). FGDB: revisiting the genome annotation of the plant pathogen Fusarium graminearum. Nucleic Acids Research 2010; doi: 10.1093/nar/gkq1016
2011-03-27: New gene model set released: version 3.2. Re-visit of annotation resulted in a set of 13826 CDS. Details of this new set compared to the Broad annotation are on ftp.
2010-07-27: New gene model set released: version 3.1. Genome wide integration of gene predictions, EST data and comparative gene calling resulted in a set of 13719 CDS. New calls are named FGSG_15xxx and beyond.
2010-06-02: PLEXdb Gene OscilloScope link integrated to explore the detailed expression data of all public experiments.
2010-01-15: GeneChip expression data integrated (Link below the GBrowse snapshot). Genome wide revision of gene calls ongoing, release of a revised version upcoming.
2008-02-10: FG3 assembly and calls imported. Conflicts with mapped FG1 calls corrected. Where necessary, new calls (FGSG_15xxx) introduced.