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MoG+ (pronounce, mάg plˈʌs), mouse genome database with
high added value, provides visualized mouse genomic variation
focuses on comparison between inbred mouse strains established
in Japan (JF1/Ms etc), and frequently used classical inbred
strain such as C57BL/6J (whose genome is predominantly derived
from the West European subspecies M. m. domesticus). MoG + is
renewed edition of NIG_MoG that was developed by KAKENHI
(Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research) on Priority Areas
"Comparative Genomics" and the National BioResource Project
(NBRP) "Genome" from the Ministry of Education, Culture,
Sports, Science and Technology of Japan.
Upgrade of genome information and maintenance of the
database were carried out as collaboration with Comparative Genomics
Laboratory, Advanced Genomics Center, and Genetic Informatics
Laboratory, at National Institute of Genetics, and Joint
Support-Center for Data Science Research, at Inter-University
Research Institute Corporation Research Organization of
Information and Systems.
Upgrade of genome information was also supported by NIG Advanced
Genomics Project (Next Generation Genome-Research-Hub Project),
“Genome Information Upgrading Program” of National BioResource
Project (NBRP) from Japan Agency for Medical Research and
MoG+ at RIKEN BioResource Center will provide a valuable
navigator for exploring vast amount of mouse genomic variation
and useful information for multifaceted medical biology
Mouse strains on the database
Wild-derived inbred strains