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Current topics in microbiology and immunology. Nuclear pre-mRNA processing in plants. Preface.

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Enhancers and Promoters Within Introns. Sequences Involved in IME. The Biochemistry of IME. Nuclear Bodies in Animal Cells. Nuclear Bodies in Plant Cells. Spliceosomal Proteins in Plants. Through novel Web-interfaces, users will have a large range of query options to the underlying relational database.

Extensive development of Web services will integrate PlantGDB as a node in the emerging network of plant databases and resources. The PlantGDB resource is widely used and would continue to provide valuable data and analysis capabilities to the plant research community.

A number of collaborative projects rely on PlantGDB for large-scale analyses and display of their data.

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We plan to work with outreach coordinators from our campuses and nationwide to increase content and visibility of PGROP. We will also be working with colleagues in community and tribal colleges in South Dakota with the goal of increasing participation of their communities in plant genome research and building a bridge between plant genomics and ethobotany.

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