Oryza Repeat Database

Repeats in the rice genome

The rice genome consists of repetitive DNA sequence intermixed with coding sequence. We have created the Oryza Repeat Database to assist in the compilation and identification of repeat sequences in the rice genome. All of the repetitive sequences in the database are coded for the convenience of future analysis. The Oryza Repeat Database is a part of the Plant Repeat Databases.

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You can search the Oryza Repeat Database and the Gramineae Repeat Database here

A list of references can be viewed here

Download the Oryza and Gramineae repeat sequences

Citation: Researchers who wish to cite the Plant Repeat Databases are encouraged to refer to our publication:

Ouyang S. and Buell C.R. The TIGR Plant Repeat Databases: a collective resource for the identification of repetitive sequences in plants. Nucleic Acids Res. 2004 32(Database issue):D360-3.

NSF Logo This work is supported by grants (DBI-0321538/DBI-0834043) from the National Science Foundation.