Tomato Genome Published
 The tomato genome has been published in Nature on May 31, 2012, culminating years of work by the Tomato Genome Consortium, a multi-national team of scientists from 14 countries.

Read more at the Boyce Thompson Institute site.

Access the genome data on the SGN Tomato Genome Page.
Raw data from tomato meristem methylomes (BS-seq) and meristem RNA-seq from pepper have been made available by the groups of M. Schatz and Z. Lippman at Cold Spring Harbor Lab. See the announcement here. [Mar 19, 2014]
A new, easier to use BLAST interface is available. Please let us know of if you have any problems with the interface. [Dec 16, 2013]
A tool to convert SGN unigene and TOM1 array identifiers to tomato genome identifiers is available. [Dec 16, 2013]
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Solanum lycopersicum Cytokinin Response Factor 8
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SOL 2014
SOL2014 will be held in Brazil, Nov 2-6, 2014. More information will follow!
Armenia, Colombia, Sept 8-13, 2014.
The tomato EUCARPIA 2014 meeting is held in Avignon, April 22-15, 2014, and includes an SGN workshop.
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IOTW, week 286
Solanum pimpinellifolium fruit
Peter Glen Walley, Warwick HRI, UK

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EU-SOL Home | Tomato Core Collection Phenotype Database | LycoTILL tomato cv Red Setter EMS mutant database | ISOL@ database|

Genetic Resources: European Cooperative Programme for Plant Genetic Resources ECPGR website (Solanaceae, Potato).

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