Welcome to Compagen!
Compagen is a comparative genomics platform for early branching metazoan animals, maintained in the Bosch Laboratory at the University of Kiel. It stores various raw and processed sequence datasets along the evolutionary tree from sponges and cnidarians up to the tunicates and lower vertebrates.
The idea is to facilitate access and analysis of genomic and transcriptomic data for workgroups that investigate “non-popular” model organisms without sophisticated online analytical resources. The Databases at Compagen contain selected raw genomic and EST sequence datasets available from public domains (NCBI Trace archive, EST). In addition to the public datasets Compagen also provides already processed data like CAP3 assembled ESTs, Unigene collections or predicted peptides.
15th January, 2014 - AURELIA PROJECT, the new sub-site of Compagen, is open to public access following publication of the research paper:
Regulation of Polyp-to-Jellyfish Transition in Aurelia aurita
Björn Fuchs, Wei Wang, Simon Graspeuntner, Yizhu Li, Santiago Insua, Eva-Maria Herbst, Philipp Dirksen, Anna-Marei Böhm, Georg Hemmrich, Felix Sommer, Tomislav Domazet-Lošo, Ulrich C. Klostermeier, Friederike Anton-Erxleben, Philip Rosenstiel, Thomas C.G. Bosch, and Konstantin Khalturin
11th September, 2013 - New DataSets!
New Datasets for Oscarella Carmela and Ephydatia muelleri.
(RNA-seq and associated protein models).
Provided by Daniel J. Richter, Jennyfer Mora and Scott A. Nichols
(sa.nichols321(at)gmail.com - University of Denver)
12th October, 2012 - Compagen 3.0.
Design fixed and improved.
Seq-Retrival section removed.
DataSets section renewed. Selection based on the specie's name.
wwwBlast server updated (v2.2.26).
News section updated with a timeline.
CSV Data retrieval system updated.
How to use Compagen
DataSets: Sequences in fasta format are available at the DataSets section. The datasets can be viewed or downloaded (.zip compressed) and are classified according to following types:
- EST: Expressed sequence tags (raw reads).
- CAP3: Cap3 assembled sequences.
- T-CDS: Transcript models (contigs) derived from assembled ESTs (Sanger, 454, etc.).
- T-PEP: Predicted peptides from transcriptome assemblies (ESTScan, etc.).
- G-CDS: Transcript models predicted from genome assembly.
- G-PEP: Protein models predicted from genome assembly.
- WGS: Whole genome shotgun (raw reads).
- WGA: Whole genome assembly (contigs / scaffolds).
Blast Server: Perform BLAST search against our DataSets.