- TriTrypDB: An integrated genomic and functional genomic database for pathogens of the family Trypanosomatidae, including organisms in both Leishmania and Trypanosoma genera. TriTrypDB and its continued development are possible through the collaborative efforts between EuPathDB, GeneDB and colleagues at the Seattle Biomedical Research Institute (SBRI).
- GeneDB: Provides access to approximately 40 genomes, at various stages of completion, from early access to partial genomes with automatic annotation through to complete genomes with extensive manual curation.
- LeishDB: A website with information about protein coding genes and non-coding RNA of Leishmania braziliensis.
- EuPathDB: The EuPathDB Bioinformatics Resource Center provides a portal for accessing genomic-scale datasets associated with the diverse eukaryotic microbes.
- TrypsNetDB: A web-based resource for the functional annotation of 16 different species of trypanosomatid parasites of the genera Trypanosoma and Leishmania. The database allows the visualization of putative protein networks in which the queried protein(s) may be involved, based on experimental data. Also, expression data derived from genome-wide analyses can be found.
- Tools for handling sequences, and others: If you need to work with DNA data, this site can be useful for you. It contains a set of tools to manage DNA sequences and calculate lab formulas.
- Transcriptomics of Leishmania: Here, you can find additional information regarding our project and related information in the field of Leishmania transcriptomics.
- Leishmania Data Visualization: This site contains very relevant information about epidemiology and geographical distribution of the different patogenic Leishmania species, and their vectors and reservoirs. Also, a large collection of oligonucleotides used for typing purposes is available.
- LeishGEdit : LeishGEdit (Leishmania Genome Editing) is an online resource for CRISPR Cas9 genome editing in Leishmania mexicana and other kinetoplastids. On this site you can find plasmids and retrieve primer sequences to target (tagging and/or knockout) your gene of interest.
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