was designed to search the position of barley genetic markers on the Barley Physical Map
and the POPSEQ map
(Mascher et al.
The current version was updated to work with the Morex Genome
(released in 2017)
All the public data used by Barleymap can be found at
MIPS FTP server
, IPK FTP server
and FTP server for Morex Genome 2017 data
The Find markers
option allows to find the position of markers by using their identifiers as input.
Note that those markers must be part of one of the
precalculated datasets available (e.g.: Illumina 50K markers).
To use the Align sequences
option you must provide nucleotide sequences of the markers (in FASTA format).
These will be used to retrieve their positions through
to the selected map (IBSC2012, POPSEQ or MorexGenome).
In addition to locate a list of markers or sequences,
information of genes, genetic markers, and anchored features,
that enrich the context around or between the queries will be shown.
works on top of barleymap core API
, used also in a
that allows loading custom databases, maps and datasets, among other features.
Such application can be used with data from any organism for which sequences anchored to a genetic/physical background are available.
about how this tool works and help on using it can be found
Or you may wish to contact
the Laboratory of Computational Biology
Carlos P Cantalapiedra
Citation: Cantalapiedra CP, Boudiar R, Casas AM, Igartua E, Contreras-Moreira B. BARLEYMAP: physical and genetic mapping of nucleotide sequences and annotation of surrounding loci in barley. Mol Breeding (2015) 35:13 DOI 10.1007/s11032-015-0253-1
A physical, genetic and functional sequence assembly of the barley genome.
Nature. 491:711-16. doi:10.1038/nature11543
Mascher et al. 2013.
Anchoring and ordering NGS contig assemblies by population sequencing (POPSEQ).
The Plant Journal, 76: 718–727. doi: 10.1111/tpj.12319
This is an early deployment of Barleymap Morex Genome 2017 edition. Therefore, the main updates
from the previous POPSEQ edition to
this Morex Genome 2017 edition are explained next.
Note that most of this information will be included, and more detailed, in the Help section in the near future.
This is also true for the standalone application, which is in general updated but the help files are not.
· Support for the Morex Genome released in 2017
· New datasets have been added, to be searched with Barleymap Find, including: BOPA1, BOPA2, iSelect Infinium 9K,
, Darts, DartSeq, GBS SNPs from OWB, Haruna Nijo flcDNAs, HarvEST 36 tags,
IBSC2012 genes ("MLOCs"), IBSC2016 genes ("HORVUs")
and IBSC2012 BacEndSequences (BES), sequenced BACs, and IBSC2012 WGS contigs
from Barke, Bowman and Morex.
Note that not all this datasets can be searched in the three maps. For example, HORVUs are limited to MorexGenome (2017),
whereas Barke WGS contigs can only be found in IBSC2012 and MorexGenome, but no in POPSEQ; Morex WGS contigs can be found in all three maps.
Finally, some of these datasets can be queried with different synonyms. For example, BOPA1 markers (e.g.: BOPA1_10114-1946, 10114-1946), or
iSelect Infinium 9K markers (e.g.: i_SCRI_RS_100054, SCRI_RS_100054; or i_11_10006, 11_10006, 1016-376, BOPA1_1016-376).
· IBSC2012 BES, sequenced BACs and WGS contigs are not genes nor markers, but a different kind of feature which we called anchored features
Besides searching them by identifier, anchored features close to map positions obtained can be included
in the output map through the enrichment options.
This allows including, for example, the position of Morex WGS contigs in the output map.
However, note that the enrichment with anchored features is slow, so we encourage you to use enrichment of anchored features only when really needed.
· A new option "show only main features"
, has been added in the "enrichment" options section. When checked, the output map will include, as additional features,
only the main ones (for example, the HORVUs in the MorexGenome, but no the MLOCs or the flcDNAs). When unchecked, the enrichment process will be slower,
but all the available features will be included in
the output map (in the previous example, MLOCs, flcDNAs, and other genes will be included along with HORVUs).
· The results tables
have been remodelled.
Now, the enriched features are shown in line with the queries, but in a different background color.
In the downloadable CSV files, both row types are differentiated with the first field of the table.
· Also in the results page, an icon has been included to zoom
in the markers of interest in the graphical chromosomes.
· There are other minor changes
, and more of them in the standalone application and the core API.