A full listing of all insert sequences we currently search against is held in our locally curated Arabidopsis database
AGR - view list.
SALK sequences from the SALK Institute
These stocks are single, segregating flank-tagged T3-generation T-DNA lines generated by vacuum infiltration of Columbia (Col) plants with Agrobacterium tumefaciens vector pROK2. Produced by Dr. Joseph Ecker of the SIGnAL lab, at the SALK Institute, La Jolla, California. There are currently ~120,000 SALK sequences in AGR.
SINS sequences from the SLAT collection
The SINS sequences are derived from the SLAT collection generated at the Sainsbury Laboratory by Professor Jonathan Jones. There are currently ~1000 sequenced inserts from this population.
Further sequences from the SLAT population are being generated by Jonathan Clarke as part of the Arabidopsis Transposon Insertion Service. These can be seen as the SINS:SM lines and are currently standing at over 7,000 sequenced lines:
The ITS lines as described in Plant Cell (11) p1853 were generated by Andy Pereira who is based at Plant Research International.
These lines are not yet distributed by NASC but can be obtained by contacting Andy Pereira directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
The launchpad lines (Paul Muskett - John Innes Centre) represent a targeted mutagenesis system in Landsberg erecta consisting of ~100 sequences.
Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory (CSHL) sequences
Approximately 5000 sequences from gene trap and enhancer trap lines developed by Rob Martienssen were added on March 30, 2001. Click here for details of lines. They can be ordered direct from CSHL using an interactive database search.
What about the IMA lines?
Sequence data associated with the IMA lines
(Parinov et. al. 1999)
is not publicly available at present.