Platform for sharing genetic plant engineering research information

The Brassica Information Portal (BIP) was created in cooperation with Earlham Institute , United Kingdom. The target user group includes scientists who study relationships between plant genotypes and phenotypes (their physical traits). The system facilitates effective publishing and searching for results of experiments performed on plants from the Brassica genus.

In addition to a dedicated modern layout and styling, we have developed a new layer of advanced tabular presentation of research data, augmented by effective content filtering and search capabilities. Moreover, in order to enable registered users to publish their own scientific findings, extensive data submission procedures have been introduced. A comprehensive application programming interface (API) enables advanced users to access all of the system's features programmatically.

The BIP portal is publicly available in the Earlham Institute domain: bip.earlham.ac.uk. In order to submit data to the system users are required to register via the ORCiD service.