AraPheno

AraPheno is a public database collection of Arabidopsis thaliana phenotypes.


This Database allows to search and filter for public phenotypes and to obtain additional meta-information.
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Submit Phenotypes

Submit and publish your own studies and phenotypes in order to share it with the community

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Download Database

Here you can download the full database, including all phenotypes and meta-information

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REST API

The REST API can be used to retrive phenotype data and meta-information from AraPheno via URLs.

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Public Studies

Browse through all available public Arabidopsis thaliana studies and retrive additional information.

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Public Phenotypes

Browse through all available public Arabidopsis thaliana phenotypes and studies and retrive additional information.

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Master Accession Table

Browse through all Arabidopsis thaliana accessions and find out how many phenotypes are available for which accessions.

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Take a Tour

Take a guided tour through Arapheno and familiarise yourself with all available public functions.

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FAQ & Tutorials

Here, you can find detailed help about the functions of AraPheno, its integrated data and frequently asked questions.

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Feedback & Issues

Here, you can submit issues, feedback or any related questions regarding AraPheno.


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library_books AraGWAS Catalog paper published

We are happy to announce that the AraGWAS Catalog was published in the Database issue of Nucleic Acids Research:

Matteo Togninalli, Ümit Seren, Dazhe Meng, Joffrey Fitz, Magnus Nordborg, Detlef Weigel, Karsten Borgwardt, Arthur Korte, and Dominik G. Grimm; The AraGWAS Catalog: a curated and standardized Arabidopsis thaliana GWAS catalog; Nucleic Acids Research, gkx954,
https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gkx954

library_books AraPheno paper published

We are happy to annouce that AraPheno was published in the Database issue of Nucleic Acids Research (NAR):

Ümit Seren, Dominik Grimm, Joffrey Fitz, Detlef Weigel, Magnus Nordborg, Karsten Borgwardt, and Arthur Korte:AraPheno: A public database for Arabidopsis thaliana phenotype, Nucl. Acids Res. first published online October 24, 2016 doi:10.1093/nar/gkw986

new_releases AraPheno is online

We are proud to annouce that the first public phenotype database for the model organism Arabidopsis thaliana has launched.

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view_list 21 Studies
spa 470 Phenotypes total
spa 461 Phenotypes published
history Last Update: Aug/05/2019
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