Identify genes with expression levels as RPKM that exceed a cutoff. Select the tissue and the RPKM cutoff value (as an integer).
Enter the id of a gene of interest (E.g: Phvul.001G000100.1), a chart of gene expression (in RPKM format) in different tissues will be displayed on the next page.
Click the "Raw data" hyperlink to display the total mapped reads per gene per tissue as a tab-delimited text file. Similarly, click the "Normalized data"hyperlink to download the normalized data as RPKM (reads per killobase of sequence per million mapped reads) as a tab-delimited text file.
To identify genes by annotations, enter a key word (e.g, nitrogen), all genes with annotations containing the key word will be returned.
Visualize expression of multiple genes. Letters preceding the gene name can be separated by an underscore. For example, Leaf_Phvul.009G160600.1 represents the expression of gene Phvul.009G160600.1 in leaf while Nodule_Phvul.009G160600.1 represents the expression of the same gene in nodules.