The CATMA database has been made freely available to all researchers since the spring of 2002 as a service to the Arabidopsis research community. It is currently maintained by the Department of Plant Systems Biology (VIB-UGent, Belgium).
Several microarray platforms offer services based on microarrays printed with GSTs from the CATMA collection. In addition you may want to contact your local CATMA coordinator for further information if you are in a country represented in CATMA (UK, France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland and Sweden).
The Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre (NASC) distributes CATMA GST PCR amplicons. In the spring of 2004, NASC will distribute E. coli strains carrying GST entry or expression Gateway clones from the AGRIKOLA project.
Additional information and genome visualization tools displaying GSTs in their chromosomal context are (or will soon be) also available via: