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International Moss Stock Center (IMSC)

The IMSC offers research institutions, industrial enterprises and other facilities the possibility to store back-up moss samples in its cryobank. For researchers, it provides accession numbers of their newly established mutants or newly collected ecotypes to be included into their publications.

The IMSC is developed, hosted and managed by the ReskiLab and collects, preserves and distributes moss mutants, transgenic lines and ecotypes.

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International Moss Meetings

iMOSS 2017: Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 22 – 24 June 2017

MOSS 2016: Leeds, UK, 2 – 5 September 2016

MOSS 2015: Cancún, MX, 30 November – 3 December 2015

MOSS 2014: Beijing, CN, 25 – 28 September 2014

MOSS 2013: Prague, CZ, 17 - 19 June 2013

MOSS 2012: New York, US, 14 - 22 June 2012

MOSS 2011: Freiburg, DE, 11 - 15 September 2011

Genome Workshop 2010: Freiburg, DE, 13 - 15 September 2010

MOSS 2010: Sapporo, JP, 21 - 24 July 2010

MOSS 2009: St. Louis, US, 22 - 25 October 2009

Genome Workshop 2009: Freiburg, DE, 1 - 3 July 2009

Genome workshop 2008: Freiburg, DE, 17 - 18 March 2008

MOSS 2008: Tampere, US, 15 - 18 August 2008 (in conjunction with the FESPB meeting)

MOSS 2007: Seoul, KR, 1 - 5 August 2007

MOSS 2006: Berkeley, US, 29 June - 2 July 2006

MOSS 2005: Brno, CZ, 23 - 26 July 2005

MOSS 2004: Freiburg, DE, 12 - 15 September 2004

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Cosmoss.org

The model organism database cosmoss.org was launched in 2003 and has been serving as the central knowledge and data base throughout the genome annotation history of Physcomitrella patens. Ever since its launch cosmoss.org has aimed for continuous integration of published data from public repositories and collaborators around the world, including important milestones such as the first draft genome, the genetic map and the complete history of genome annotations from the very first (V1.0) to the most recent version (V3.3).

As such an essential repository it provides newcomers with a single, primary interface to explore the features of this flagship plant genome. At the same time, it provides the established scientific community with an up-to-date resource for comparative analyses. Key features include an integrative genome browser, collaborative annotation tools and a wiki as the central documentation platform.

Cosmoss.org was initially funded by the German Research Foundation DFG and is hosted, maintained and constantly improved by the Chair of Plant Biotechnology at the University of Freiburg, Germany.

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