The International Rice Informatics Consortium (IRIC) aims to provide access to well organized information about rice, and to facilitate communication and collaboration for rice community, having germplasm diversity as a focal entry point.
The goal of IRIC (International Rice Informatics Consortium) is to provide information and computational tools to facilitate rice improvement via discovery of new gene-trait associations and accelerated breeding. Hosted by IRRI, the IRIC has three major objectives:
- Organize available genotyping, phenotyping, expression and other available data for rice germplasm into a linked, consistent and reliable source of information for the global research community.
- Provide user-friendly access to browse, search and analyze the data through a single portal.
- Support information sharing, public awareness and capacity building.
The tool returns SNPs (and soon, indels) that fulfill user-selected filter criteria, for sets of accessions that you select. Information (phenotypic and passport data) about the re-sequenced varieties are also available here.
Data Contents (as updated on 03/23/2016)
- 20 million rice SNPs from 3000 rice lines against Nipponbare
- Genome browser:
- O. sativa Nipponbare
- O. sativa 93-11
- O. sativa IR64-21
- O. sativa Kasalath
- O. sativa DJ123
- Gene Loci
- Rice Genomes
- Phylogenetic Tree
- MDS plot
- Genome alignment