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The Rice Annotation Project (RAP) was conceptualized upon the completion of the rice genome sequencing in 2004 with the aim of providing the scientific community with an accurate and timely annotation of the rice genome sequence. One of the major activities of RAP is to hold jamboree-style annotation meetings on a regular basis to facilitate the manual curation of all gene structures and functions in rice. Also part of the overall objective is to facilitate a comprehensive analysis of the sequence based on the results of annotation and the construction of a public database.

GBrowse

GBrowse
Browse rice genome and genes

BLAST

BLAST
Execute NCBI BLAST against rice genome or genes

Download

File download
IRGSP/RAP build 5 annotation data is available
Batch data download
Retrieve sequences by specifying gene IDs or genomic coordinates

Documents

Rice genome

Genome statistics
Genome size, GC content, etc..
Assembly methods
Methods of genome assembling

Rice genes

Materials
Sequences used for RAP annotation
Gene statistics
Statistics of rice gene structures and functions
Gene nomenclature
Gene ID convention

Important notes

cDNA-genome inconsistency
Inconsistency between cDNA and genomic sequences

Miscs

Publications
Papers about RAP-DB

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Tools

ID converter
Convert IDs between RAP and MSU
BLAT
Align your sequence with rice genome

Archives

Build 4 data set (obsolete)
Download build 4 genome and genes
Build 3 data set (obsolete)
Download build 3 genome and genes