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News : The complete set of maize FLcDNA clones is available for public distribution
webmaster Posted on 2010/2/28 23:50:00 ( 897 reads )

The complete set of maize FLcDNA clones is available for public distribution. This is the set described in the recent publication from AGI (Y. Yu), AGCOL (C. Soderlund) and Stanford (V. Walbot): . Sequencing, Mapping, and Analysis of 27,455 Maize Full-Length cDNAs. 2009. PLoS Genetics, November 2009, Volume 5 Issue 11, e1000740. The set of clones is named "ZM_BFzz" and is available from the AGI Resource Center. Details here.

News : AGI Director, Professor Rod Wing, has won a prestigious Humboldt Research Award
webmaster Posted on 2009/11/30 23:50:00 ( 1139 reads )

AGI Director, Professor Rod Wing, has won a prestigious Humboldt Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
http://www.weigelworld.org/news/sabba ... rod-wing-wins-prestigious

News : The Maize Genome Sequencing Consortium publishes the B73 Reference Sequence today in Science
webmaster Posted on 2009/11/19 0:00:00 ( 2254 reads )

The Maize Genome Sequencing Consortium publishes the B73 Reference Sequence today in Science. AGI played a leading role by selecting and validating a minimum tiling path of 16,000 BAC clones across the maize genome.

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News : NSF awards University of Arizona researchers $1.5 million to unlock the genetic code of West African cultivated rice
webmaster Posted on 2009/6/30 23:50:00 ( 847 reads )

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News : To Refseq or Reseq Oryza - That is the Question
webmaster Posted on 2009/3/28 8:00:00 ( 603 reads )



Dr. Rod Wing from the University of Arizona asked, "To Refseq or Reseq Oryza - That is the Question" on March 27, 2009 at the 4th Annual User Meeting.(2009 DOE JGI Genomics of Energy & Environment Meeting)

News : The maize (B73) Minimum Tiling Path (MTP) is publicly released
webmaster Posted on 2009/3/20 0:00:00 ( 1197 reads )

The maize (B73) Minimum Tiling Path (MTP) is publicly released.

News : AGI publicly releases Phase I AGP and pseudomolecules for the maize (B73) genome sequence
webmaster Posted on 2009/3/20 0:00:00 ( 846 reads )

AGI publicly releases Phase I AGP and pseudomolecules for the maize (B73) genome sequence.

News : AGI releases an updated integrated physical and genetic map for maize (B73)
webmaster Posted on 2009/3/20 0:00:00 ( 826 reads )

AGI releases an updated integrated physical and genetic map for maize (B73).

News : AGI Director, Rod A. Wing, won the Award for Research Excellence from AZBio
webmaster Posted on 2008/9/30 17:30:00 ( 848 reads )

http://uanews.org/node/21611

News : NSF Plant Genome Comparative Sequencing Program (PGCSP) Award
webmaster Posted on 2006/10/31 23:50:00 ( 996 reads )

NSF Plant Genome Comparative Sequencing Program (PGCSP) Awards Iowa State University, AGI and University of Georgia Purdue and CSHL $816,000 to address the tempo (e.g., regular vs. episodic bursts), directionality (with respect to genomic contraction or expansion), and absolute scale of genome size change, over time, in a model system involving diploid and tetraploid cotton species. For award abstract and more about the NSF PGCSP. Details here.

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