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- Functional Genomics of Plant Subtilisin-like Serine Proteases -
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PSDB - The Plant Subtilase Database
PSDB
The PSDB provides significant information on gene functions and results of experimental analyses of plant subtilisin-like serine proteases (subtilases).


To get information of your choice use the links listed below.
Enter PSDB

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From the plant subtilase database page you can login as a guest to view and explore the publicly available species information, annotations and experimental data. If you would like to contribute to the information in PSDB, please contact us (PSDB curator) to become a registered user. If you experience problems with login or the HTML pages, please check the settings of your browser and / or contact your local IT administrator. If the problem persists contact the CDB.DB curator and / or the The CSB.DB - Development Core Team.
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PSDB Responsibilities

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Universität Potsdam
Name Mail Web Page
MPIMP
C. Rautengarten mailto: Carsten Rautengarten MPIMP
T. Altmann mailto: Thomas Altmann Universität Potsdam
PSDB TASC

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Name Mail Project Status Institute Web Page
T. Altmann mailto: Thomas Altmann   Institut für Biochemie und Biologie Universität Potsdam
A. Schaller mailto: Andreas Schaller   Institut für Physiologie und Biotechnologie der Pflanzen Universität Hohenheim
P. Vera mailto: Pablo Vera   Universidad Politécnica de Valencia Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
B. Forde mailto: Brian Forde   Department of Biological Sciences Lancester University
S. H. Howell mailto: Stephen H. Howel 2006-05-16 [PDF] Plant Sciences Institute, Roy J. Carver Co-Laboratory Iowa State University

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