|Genomic Arabidopsis Resource Network |
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GARNet, the Genomic Arabidopsis Resource Network , was created to establish UK-based facilities for genomics research on Arabidopsis thaliana . GARNet is intended to function as a platform for international Arabidopsis research and for research on other plant species. All GARNet services and resources are publicly available, and data created using the GARNet resources will be freely distributed via databases designed and held at NASC (AGR, NTP) and the JIC (ATIdb). GARNet is part of the BBSRC Investigating Gene Function (IGF) initiative and aims to create (inter)national facilities of genomics resources for Arabidopsis and other plant research. The technologies of functional genomics are developing rapidly, and there is a large need for wide availability of these technologies. The IGF initiative ensures functional genomics technologies will become available to a wide audience. Transcriptome analysis, bioinformatics, metabolite profiling, proteome analysis and forward and reverse genetics are the spearpoints of the Arabidopsis GARNet project. The wide range of available genomic resources will allow for fast progress of a wide range of research projects.