Plant Regulomics is a data-driven interface for retrieving upstream regulators from plant multi-omics data, which integrates 20,737 transcriptomic and epigenomic data sets and diverse sources of functional evidence (58,112 functional terms and 695,414 protein-protein interactions) from six plant species, namely Arabidopsis thaliana, Oryza sativa, Zea mays, Glycine max, Solanum lycopersicum and Triticum aestivum, along with the orthologous genes from 56 whole-genome sequenced plant species. These data were well-organized to gene modules and further implemented into the same statistical framework.
For any input gene list or genomic loci, Plant Regulomics retrieves the factors, treatments, and experimental/environmental conditions regulating the input from the integrated omics data. Additionally, multiple tools and an interactive visualization are available through a user-friendly web interface.
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Citation: Xiaojuan Ran#, Fei Zhao#, Yuejun Wang#, Jian Liu, Yili Zhuang, Luhuan Ye, Meifang Qi, Jingfei Cheng and Yijing Zhang*. (2019), Plant Regulomics: A Data-driven Interface for Retrieving Upstream Regulators from Plant Multi-omics Data[J]. The Plant Journal. doi: 10.1111/tpj.14526