Information on the Proteomes of T. aestivum and Puccinia species

This page contains a brief description of all the protein datasets implemented in TRustDB. From here, the users can access the original source of the proteomes used in the database, and download the required protein sequences of the species involved in stem rust disease.

Triticum aestivum

Triticum aestivum is the major staple food grain in the world. It is considered as the most important crop due to its richness in various nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, and minerals.
Link to Triticum aestivum dataset: Ensembl Plants

Puccinia graminis species

The two isolates of Puccinia graminis : 'Ug99' and '21-0' are fungal species that cause stem rust in wheat, thus leading to huge losses in grain quantity and quality of the crop. The disease also causes various physiological affects on the crop such as water loss, reduced photosynthetic area and others.
Link to Pgt Ug99 dataset: Ensembl Fungi
Link to Pgt 21-0 dataset: NCBI

Image reference

Image 1. Origin of deadly wheat pathogen revealed
Image 2. Wheat Stem Rust (USDA)
Image 3. Life cycle of Puccinia graminis