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This web site is the home for genomic information on echinoderms. It either hosts or will soon host sequence and annotation data for species from all of the eleutherozoan echinoderms (sea urchins, sea stars, brittle stars and sea cucumbers). The primary source of sequence data is the ongoing sequencing efforts from Baylor College of Medicine, Human Genome Sequencing Center. Other sources include smaller sequencing projects from individual laboratories. We try to limit as our data sources as much ... [Information of the supplier]
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http://www.echinobase.org/Echinobase/
Echinoids are a major group of marine invertebrates with a long fossil record. If you know nothing about the group the obvious place to start is at the Introduction. Here you will find some basic facts about how echinoids live, feed and reproduce. Information presented here is very non-technical and is designed for the casual visitor with no biological training. The section entitled Morphology and morphological terms will be most useful to the serious amateur, undergraduate or those just beginning ... [Information of the supplier]
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http://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/research/projects/echinoid-directory/
This web site is the home of the Sea Urchin Genome Database. The first release in Spring 2008 contains the sequence data from the latest genomic assembly and the accumulation of annotations prepared for the initial genome publications. Useful information from the old SUGP web site and data collections are included here. This web site supercedes the Sea Urchin Genome Project, a web site that included a set of research materials and information assembled to support genome level activities in the ... [Information of the supplier]
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http://www.spbase.org/
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