Welcome to the Greenhouse

An omics knowledgebase for algal feedstocks

The goal of the Greenhouse is to provide a centralized website to display and share sequence-based data relevant to the improvement and advancement of algal production feedstocks. This website includes:

  • Consistent annotations across all algae species and strains.
  • Data and Information Searches
  • Numerous comparative analysis and interactive visualizations to help investigators discover emergent properties of complex systems (i.e. tracking algae and/or bacterial loads in open cultivation systems). Exportable sequences and other specifics about the data used to create your custom visualizations.
  • Rich, interactive visualizations that support a bird’s-eye genomic view of the conservation (or lack thereof) of particular genes of interest, quick selection of gene targets for genetic engineering, discerning gene/proteins with multiple homologs or paralogs within multi-omics datasets.
  • Freely available data and analysis results, presented in tabular, graphic, and downloadable formats.

Genome analysis tools

for algal production strain development

Genomics and comparative analysis tools include:

  • Perform global searches or conduct advanced searches based on Taxonomy, Gene Name, Locus Tag, Protein Function/Families, Pathways, EC Numbers, GO Terms, etc.
  • Perform BLAST searches against genome-specific databases stored within the Greenhouse.

  • Future expansion efforts
    • Integration of metadata (i.e. lipid accumulation and aerial productivity), metabolomics, and phenomics information.
    • Personal workspaces to allow users to manage/analyze saved data within your customized groups.

    Enter the Greenhouse

    Operated and Developed by Los Alamos National Laboratory
    through funding from the Bioenergy Technology Office (contract OBWBS
    within the U.S. Depart of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE)
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