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Definition CnidBase, the Cnidarian Evolutionary Genom CnidBase, the Cnidarian Evolutionary Genomics Database, is a tool for investigating the evolutionary, developmental and ecological factors that affect gene expression and gene function in cnidarians. In turn, CnidBase will help to illuminate the role of specific genes in shaping cnidarian biodiversity in the present day and in the distant past.<br /> CnidBase highlights evolutionary changes between species within the phylum Cnidaria and structures genomic and expression data to facilitate comparisons to non-cnidarian metazoans. CnidBase aims to further the progress that has already been made in the realm of cnidarian evolutionary genomics by creating a central community resource which will help drive future research and facilitate more accurate classification and comparison of new experimental data with existing data.<br /> ental data with existing data.<br />
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Keywords Cnidarian +, Cnidarian expression data +, Cnidarian gene expressioncnidaria +, Cnidarian genomic data +
Label Resource:CnidBase  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 2 February 2015 05:10:45  +
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