The Camelina Gene Expression Database was created to provide researchers new avenues of transcriptome analysis. By integrating publicly available transcriptome data consisting of 19 bio-projects, 139 libraries, 112 experiments and 11 tissues, this database represents the most comprehensive transcript resource currently available for Camelina.

Project Team

Danny Schnell, Michigan State University
Yair Shachar-Hill, Michigan State University
Erich Grotewold, Michigan State University
Heike Sederoff, North Carolina State University
Kristi Snell, Yield10 Bioscience

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Press Releases

  • $10M DOE grant to help boost Camelina oilseed yield - MSU Today
  • Yield10 Bioscience to Participate in U.S. Department of Energy Grant for Boosting Oilseed Yield in Camelina - Globe Newswire
  • A systems approach to increasing carbon flux to seed oil for biofuels and bioproducts production in Camelina sativa - DOE Genomic Science Program