SSRDB:   A database of simple sequence repeats (SSRs) in eukaryotes


These pages contain supplementary material to the paper
G. Tóth, Z. Gáspári, and J. Jurka (2000) Microsatellites in different eukaryotic genomes: survey and analysis.
Genome Research 10(7): 967-981.


Sequences analyzed

  1. Cumulated lengths of DNA sequence regions analyzed
  2. Contribution of various species to the taxonomic groups analyzed


Perfect repeats longer than 12 basepairs

  1. Normalized total lengths of SSRs summarized for each repeated motif length

  2. All repeats sorted by frequency:
    1. SSRs in all sequences
    2. SSRs in intergenic regions
    3. SSRs in introns
    4. SSRs in exons

  3. Mono-, di-, and trinucleotide repeats listed by repeated motif:
    1. SSRs in all sequences
    2. SSRs in intergenic regions
    3. SSRs in introns
    4. SSRs in exons

  4. Detailed results for all taxonomic groups and genomic regions
    1. Tables with frames
    2. Tables without frames


Perfect repeats longer than 24 basepairs

  1. Normalized total lengths of SSRs summarized for each repeated motif length

  2. All repeats sorted by frequency:
    1. SSRs in all sequences
    2. SSRs in intergenic regions
    3. SSRs in introns
    4. SSRs in exons

  3. Mono-, di-, and trinucleotide repeats listed by repeated motif:
    1. SSRs in all sequences
    2. SSRs in intergenic regions
    3. SSRs in introns
    4. SSRs in exons

  4. Detailed results for all taxonomic groups and genomic regions
    1. Tables with frames
    2. Tables without frames


"Expandability" of SSR motifs

  1. SSRs in all sequences
  2. SSRs in intergenic regions
  3. SSRs in introns
  4. SSRs in exons


Appendix

  1. List of abbreviations used in the tables


Authors and contributors:
Gábor Tóth, Zoltán Gáspári, and Jerzy Jurka
Created and maintained by:
Gábor Tóth

Date of last modification: 5 April 2000