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The Plant Orthology Browser (POB) is currently being developed as part of the Canadian Wheat Improvement Flagship which represents the National Research Council's contribution to the Canadian Wheat Alliance (CWA), a strategic collaboration with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), the University of Saskatchewan's Crop Development Centre and the province of Saskatchewan.

Aiming for accelerating variety development of wheat through Genomics Assisted Breeding, POB uses comparative genomics to aid with the identification of high quality orthologous genes in wheat and other species such as Brachypodium distachyon and Sorghum bicolor. You can interactively search and visualize the order of orthologous genes and their synteny conservation using our visualization tools.

Currently, POB includes information related to the following plant species:

Please register or login with your existing account to access POB today.

If you are using POB please cite the latest reference below.

References

Tulpan, D., Leger, S. (2017) "The Plant Orthology Browser: An Orthology and Gene-Order Visualizer for Plant Comparative Genomics", Plant Genome 10(1):1-12

Tulpan, D., Leger, S., Tchagang, A., Pan, Y. (2015) "Enrichment of Triticum aestivum gene annotations using ortholog cliques and gene ontologies in other plants", BMC Genomics, 16:299.

Tulpan, D., Leger, S., Lund, A., Pan, Y., Famili, F. (2014) "Prediction of flowering time orthologous genes in A. tauschii, B. distachyon, S. bicolor and T. urartu", Plant Genomics Congress Asia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tulpan, D., Leger, S., Cuperlovic-Culf, M., Pan, Y. (2013) "Improved sequence-based orthologs identification using genomic context information and their impact on pathway analysis in plants", Plant and Animal Genome conference (PAG Asia), Singapore.