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  The new paper has been published! If you have used the data from Peanut Genome Resource, please use the following citation: Zhuang, W. et al. The genome of cultivated peanut provides insight into legume karyotypes, polyploid evolution and crop domestication. Nat. Genet. 51, 865-876 (2019). [Link] (2019/05/01)

  First release of genome sequence of cultivated peanut(Arachis hypogaea L.). (2017/12/21)

  Data from Resequencing 27 accessions including wild species and cultivated peanut varieties enrich the genome resource and highlight cultivated peanut evolution and domestication. (2017/10)

  Ultra-high density of SNP genetic map makes the peanut genome assembly more complete. (2017/05)

  Nearly 50,000 full length sequences of mRNAs from whole tissues are now available on the dataset, making it more practicable. (2016/12)

  Gene expression for 29 tissues are added into the database.  (2016/08)

Meeting

  Plant and Animal Genome Conference at San Diego, USA [Link] (2018/01/13-17)

  American Peanut Research and Education Society (APRES) annual meeting [Link] (2017/07/11-13)

  Plant Biology 2017 at Honolulu, Hawaii [Link] (2017/06/24-28)

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PGR contains agronomically useful information in Peanut species, including genome sequences, genetic maps, genes, gene families, and mapped traits and related information. The data will be maintained on two sites: PGR and http://www.fafu.edu.cn/. The "PGR" site makes use of several open-source projects, facilitating more efficient collaboration with other research groups using and developing these tools (e.g. PeanutBase, ICRISAT, CSFL, Shandong Academy of Agricultural Sciences, and Oil Crops Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences). Let us know if you have questions, requests, or data to contribute.