AnnotQTL accepted for publication in the NAR 2011 webserver edition

NAR just have let us know that our manuscript of AnnotQTL has been accepted for publication. The manuscript will be online in 2-3 weeks! In addition to the first release of AnnotQTL, we have added several ‘missing’ features:

  • The assembly version and the date of the request are now inserted into the exported text file (TSV or XML).
  • You can now run multiple analyses of several QTL regions (via a specific form in the ‘submit a request’ section). Of course, in this ‘multiple analyses’ mode, the highlight features still work (but for a unique biological function, i.e.: reproduction trait for all the QTL regions).

AnnotQTL can be found at http://annotqtl.genouest.org. We have also decided to add new features in a close future (based on the referee’s comments), such as to define a genomic region based on the STS markers surrounding a QTL region. A contact form is available on the official AnnotQTL website, you can leave a comment or ask for new species. The article is available here.

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