Populus Genome Programme & Spruce Genome Project

The Populus Genome Program is a part of SCTFG (Swedish Center for Tree Functional Genomics) and is the most comprehensive tree genome program in the world.
The collaborating partners are Umeå Plant Science Center (Department of Plant Physiology, Umeå University and Department of Forest Genetics and Plant Physiology, SLU Umeå) and the Department of Biotechnology, KTH Stockholm.

The Spruce genome project is run by UPSC and Science for Life Laboratory (SciLife Lab) in Stockholm, with participation from scientists from many countries. The primary goal of the project was to provide the scientific community with a database containing the annotated genome sequence of Norway spruce, including gene expression catalogue and visualisation tools. The data is freely available, but if you use the data in any scientific publication we ask you to cite the paper (Nystedt et al. 2013) describing the genome sequence and ConGenIE.

genome team

http://plantgenie.org/ The Plant Genome Integrative Explorer is a collection of interoperable web resources for searching, visualizing and analyzing genomics and transcriptomics data for different plant species.

http://popgenie.org/ - PopGenIE facilitates the exploration of genes and gene function in Populus

http://congenie.org/ - PopGenIE facilitates the exploration of genes and gene function in Norway Spruce (Picea Abies)

http://atgenie.org/ - The Arabidopsis Genome Integrative Explorer

https://bioinformatics.upsc.se/ - Bionformatics Platform at UPSC