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Welcome to the Animal omicsDB

The omics data (including de novo assemblies, genomic variations, spatiotemporal gene expression, epigenetic modifications, etc.) for many livestock and poultry species is growing exponentially. However, the lack of proper integration present an obstacle to in-depth exploration and interpretation of these massive data. We are aimed to integrate available omics data for domestic animals and build user friendly web interface for scientific communities to use.

We have provided two types of databases here:

  Pan-genome database

The pan-genome is supposed to contain the 'whole' genomic contents of one species and thus is merging as an alternate to the current reference genomes. We are working hard to construct pan-genomes for major domestic species including goat, sheep, pig, cattle, chicken and duck. The final pan-genome for each species will serve as a comprehensive repertoire for the reference genome sequences, gene annotations, genomic variations (SNPs, Indels, CNVRs), expressions, etc.

  Ruminant genome database

This database contains whole genome alignments of 54 ruminants and 13 mammals, five scales of conservative evaluation, abundant RNA-seq data, as well as regulatory regions predicted by utilizing four ruminants and multiple human epigenetics data. 

The processing pipeline used to visualize omics data