MapMan was developed at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Plant Physiology in Potsdam, Germany. The MapMan software suite allows the visualization of a variety of functional genomics datasets (gene expression, protein, enzyme, and metabolite levels) in the context of a large number of well characterized biochemical processes and metabolic pathways. A key strength of MapMan is its focus on plant specific processes and it capabilities for cross-species (e.g. maize vs. rice, etc.) comparisons.


Download Sekhon et al 2011 MapMan Files

The following pages allow users to download expression files from the "Genome-wide atlas of transcription during maize development" study by i>Sekhon et al 2011. The files can be imported into the MapMan software and visualized in different pathways that are available in MapMan.


See sample image
 
Downloads:
Single Tissue Raw Expression
Single Tissue Median Adjusted
 
Comparisons:
Single Tissue Raw Expression vs Median Adjusted
Two Tissue Comparison


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Read the MapMan Publication.