AtcisDB provides a comprehensive
resource for the scientific community working with gene regulatory information
of Arabidopsis thaliana. AtcisDB consists
of a searchable relational database, which includes many different data types,
such as transcription factor binding site information, promoter sequence
and related annotations. The data can be viewed using the Generic Genome Browser.
AtcisDB can be searched by Gene Symbol or Locus ID. The Gene Symbol can be any symbol used by TAIR for gene annotation (e.g., NAC, CAF, MYB etc.). The Locus ID is also the ID used by TAIR (e.g,. At1g01010, At1g01050 etc.). The search results will include the Locus ID, the Gene Model that represents that locus, and cross reference for gene annotation from MIPS, TIGR, TAIR and SALK. The cis-regulatory element annotation for each gene can also be obtained.
The binding sites are color-coded with two colors: RED and GREY. The RED color indicates experimentally validated cis-regulatory element present in a specific promoter. The GREY color indicates predicted motifs. For the complete list of binding sites used in these anlayses please click here Bindingsites List.
Frequencies for words of length 5 - 15 across the non-coding segments of the Arabidopsis genome are available for download and query.
Arabidopsis core promoters were defined as the region flanking 50 bps to each side the transcription start site (TSS), in cases when TSS have been established. Click here to download Core Promoter data.
For details on how to use the database please read HELP.
AtcisDB Search Engine
Start typing to see locus id or gene symbol suggestions