Click here to view MaizeGDB.
MuTAlyzer takes as its input one or more FASTA format DNA sequences and locates within them the MuTIR sequences, Adapter sequences, and Insertion sequences. Click here to launch MuTAlyzer.
LumberJack is a Heuristic Tool for Sequence Alignment Exploration and Phylogenetic Inference. Click here to launch LumberJack.
Morgan2McClintock uses the maize Recombination Nodule map to calculate approximate chromosomal positions for loci given a genetic map for a single chromosome. Click here to launch Morgan2McClintock.
Outreach to Native Americans
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Carolyn Lawrence works for the USDA-ARS. She is a member of the team that manages the operation of the Maize Genetics & Genomics Database (MaizeGDB) and is interested in functional aspects of maize chromosomes. The work at MaizeGDB is focused on creating data storage, access, and analysis solutions for information generated by the community of maize researchers. The maize chromosome research focuses on how chromosome move and how the physical structure of chromosomes relates to maps and DNA sequences. Lately, personnel working in the Lawrence Lab Group are focusing on structural and functional annotation of the maize genome.
Native American Outreach Sites