The Comprehensive Systems Biology Project (CSB)
- A Comprehensive Systems-Biology Database -
Hosted at Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology
Databases: Associated DB | Transcriptome DB | Metabolome DB | Co-Response DB | BestFit
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NOTIFICATION: Permanent migration of all CSB.DB services and functionalities on 1.1.2016.
Herewith we inform you that all CSB.DB databases have been migrated at the beginning of 2016. This includes all gene correlation and expression databases, the GMD@CSB.DB module and all associated databases
The BestFit software, a tool for non-aqueous fractionation data analysis, will also be available by the Experimental Systems Biology Research Group headed by Dr. Patrick Giavalisco.
We thank all users, contributors, and collaborators of CSB.DB at the Max Planck Institute for their long-standing support.
Yours sincerely, the CSB.DB Curator and the CSB.DB Developmental Core Team
Help@CSB.DB / Info@CSB.DB
If you want to get help directly related to a page/query, use the Info Pages / Medium Info Pages. Direct links are available at each (Query) Page.
If you are completely lost, here is a short description of what CSB.DB is and is not. CSB.DB is a database that uses transcriptional data and at some point also metabolic and protein data. CSB.DB uses correlation and mutual information to compare if levels of the abovementioned do co-behave in some way. Thus if you ask the question which gene behaves similar to your gene of interest, you just enter your gene code on the appropriate site and press submit. You will then retrieve all genes co-responding with your gene in (usually) ascending order. To give even higher-level information you are also presented with a pie-chart showing how co-responding groups fall into certain categories. This might help you to figure out what class your gene belongs to or eventually where it might be expressed. Consider for example a gene that is mostly co-regulated with chloroplastidic genes. In such a case your gene might also be chlorplastidic.
Here are the topic specific help and information pages. If you miss nessesary information please contact us.
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