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Model Organism Databases are repositories for information on those organisms with a wealth of biological data that make them attractive to study as models of other species – including humans – that are more difficult to study directly [1]. Historically, these model organism databases include the handful of species with extensive genomic research data, such as the NIH model organisms.

The acronym has been extended to include Many organism and My organism databases, so that the MOD in GMOD applies to almost all organism/genome database projects.

GMOD Participating databases

The following databases/organizations are contributing to and/or adopting GMOD components, as of early 2007. See GMOD Users for a more detailed list.

BeeBase BeetleBase BGD
BioHealthBase Bovine QTL Viewer Cattle EST Gene Family Database
Chromosome 7 Annotation Project CSHLmpd Database of Genomic Variants
DictyBase (see also) DroSpeGe EcoCyc (see also)
FlyBase (see also) Fungal Comparative Genomics Fungal Telomere Browser
Gallus Genome Browser GeneDB Generation Challenge Programme
GrainGenes Gramene HapMap
Human 2q33 Human Genome Segmental Duplication Database IVDB
MAGI Marine Biological Lab Organism Databases MGI (see also)
Non-Human Segmental Duplication Database OMAP OryGenesDB
Oryza Chromosome 8 Pathway Tools (see also) ParameciumDB (see also)
PeanutMap PlantsDB PlasmoDB
PseudoCAP PossumBase PUMAdb
RGD (see also) SGD (see also) SGD Lite
SmedDB SOL Genomics Network (see also) Soybase
Soybean Gbrowse Database T1DBase TAIR (see also)
TIGR Rice Genome Browser ToxoDB TriAnnot BAC Viewer
VectorBase wFleaBase WormBase (see also)
XanthusBase Xenbase

See also