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2009

International,  COM (posters)

TDWG 2009 Annual conference, Montpellier, France.

09 Nov 2009   SIReGal: The INRA Plant Genetic Ressources Information System
Poster_TDWG_2009_Siregal

S. Durand , E. Kimmel,C. Pommier, J. - M. Prosperi, D. Steinbach, H. Quesneville

The French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) manages genetic resource collections [1] for more than 50 species (model species and crops).
These genetic resources are regularly used for research programs of INRA or its partners, and are also widely distributed to the scientific community. The objectives
of the Genetic Resources Centers (GRC) are to gather, conserve, and provide high quality materials for the scientific community. In order to do that, the GRCs have to be able to trace their actions and to assure the community of a high degree of quality.
URGI (Unité de Recherche Génomique-Info) is an INRA bioinformatics lab dedicated to plant and pest genomics. It hosts a bioinformatics platform included in the French ReNaBi bioinformatics platform network and certified Ibisa in 2009. One of the missions of the platform is to develop and maintain a genomic and genetic information system called GnpIS, for plants of agronomical interest and their bio-aggressors.
Siregal, the INRA Plant Genetic Resource Information System, fulfills the essential need to manage the collections and associated data following the recommendations of the Biological Resource Centers (OECD). Siregal is suitable for all plant species and is used by INRA staff and its partners. It respects community standards, and it makes the integration of existing and future genetic data possible. Siregal is one of the GnpIS applications.


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