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csbdb Plant Subtilase Database (PSDB)
- Functional Genomics of Plant Subtilisin-like Serine Proteases -
Hosted at CSB.DB & Altmann Lab; Information provided by TASC@PSDB
Databases: Associated DB | Transcriptome DB | Metabolome DB | Co-Response DB | BestFit
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NOTIFICATION: Permanent shutdown and termination of all CSB.DB services and functionalities by the end of 2015.
Herewith we inform you that all CSB.DB databases will be permanently shut down and associated services will be permanently terminated by the end of 2015 / beginning of 2016. This includes all gene correlation and expression databases (search the WWW for alternatives), the GMD@CSB.DB module (alternative will be reachable via and all associated databases (terminated).
The BestFit software, a tool for non-aqueous fractionation data analysis, will be available by the Experimental Systems Biology Research Group headed by Dr. Patrick Giavalisco.
We thank all users, contributors, and collaborators of CSB.DB for their long-standing support.
Yours sincerely, the CSB.DB Curator and the CSB.DB Developmental Core Team
PSDB: About PSDB - The Plant Subtilase Database
The multiple levels of comprehensive data accumulated in this project need a specialized web interface to store and distribute data related to plant subtilases. According to these needs we established the Plant Subtilase Database (PSDB) as an associated database of the Comprehensive Systems-Biology. PSDB contains confirmed results of replicated experiments related to plant (Arabidopsis) subtilase genes and allows open access to the science community. PSDB will be regularly updated with the results of co-response analyses, performed on the increasing number of publicly available gene expression profiles. Furthermore, validated information of tissue specific expression patterns of AtSBT genes, cellular localisation of encoded proteins, as well as phenotype information of the mutants and transgenic plants will be displayed and regularly updated.

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