The Sol Genomics Network (SGN) is a database and website dedicated to the genomic information of the nightshade family, which includes species such as tomato, potato, pepper, petunia and eggplant.
Citing SGNIf SGN is useful in your research, please cite SGN in your publications using the following reference:
See more SGN publications
Help files for specific SGN components:
- Quick search
- Gene search
- Phenotype search
- QTL search
- GBrowse annotation viewer
- Comparative viewer
- Marker search
- Clone Request Policy
- Rsync downloading options
- Frequently asked questions
General Help Topics
The SGN website is designed to work with most common browsers. No additional software is required. The SGN webpages use the XHTML 1.0 and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) standards from the W3 consortium. Certain documents can be downloaded in the PDF format.
We test the pages in Firefox 2.0, Safari 2.0 and Microsoft Explorer 7. Please note that Netscape 4.x browsers are explicitly not supported due to a lack of style sheet support. We recommend the latest version of Firefox, which is available free of charge for all common platforms from the Mozilla project (http://www.mozilla.org). Please let us know if you experience problems with other browsers.
Browser settingsPlease refer to your browser\'s manual or help pages to enable the following settings:
- Cookies have to be enabled for the log in functions to work.
SGN update cycle
The SGN codebase and database are updated weekly, every Wednesday morning. During the updates, for a short period of time, some links may not work properly. Please notify us if these conditions persist.
Getting more information
- subscribe to our announcement list to keep up to date with the latest developments.
- email to email@example.com for questions, comments and suggestions
Submitting information to SGN:SGN has community annotation tools are available for locus, allele, insitu experiments and images.
The related information can be added, updated and deleted by registered SGN users that have specially designated submitter accounts. In addition, for certain database records, only a designated editor may change the information.
Submitters are always accredited on each information page related to theur work (image, experiment, locus, phenotype, etc.) and are the sole owners of the data.
Contact us if you would like to use the community annotation tools and become a submitter or editor.
- How do I contribute information on my favorite gene?
- Submit your phenotyped population and we will add it to our phenotype database
- To submit fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH) data, please follow the these guidelines.
- To submit genetic map data, please see the map and marker submission guidelines.
- To submit genotypic and phenotypic data from a QTL study, please see the QTL data submission guidelines.
- If you would like to add sequence, marker or other information to this database, or have any comments or suggestions, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.