The Ascidians Chemical Biological Database (ACBD) is a database for studying both chemicals and ascidians.
Aniseed database provides high throughput data and in situ experiment data from literature for ascidian species.
CiAID (Ciona intestinalis Adult In situ hybridization Database) is a gene expression database with body atlas of the ascidian Ciona juvenile.
CIPRO is an integrated protein database of the ascidian Ciona intestinalis, supported by Institute for Bioinformatics Research and Development, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST-BIRD).
CITRES website shows information of transgenic lines of Ciona intestinalis (marker lines, enhancer trap lines, mutants and so on) as well as DNA constructs for constructing the lines.
DBTGR provides information on tunicate gene regulation, including the location of expression, the identified regulatory elements present in the promoter sequence and the transcription factors involved.
FABA (Four-dimensional Ascidian Body Atlas) includes ascidian’s three-dimensional (3D) and cross-sectional images through the developmental time course.
In this study, to clear spatio-temporal morphological change of cells after hatching and construct the comprehensive developmental table, “FABA2″, we applied above mentioned approach to Ciona intestinalis in late developmental stages, from 17.5hpf hatching larva to 7dpf juvenile.
The Ghost database is providing nearly 30,000 in situ hybridization photographs for 4700 genes of Ciona intestinalis. Up-to-date lists of genes for transcription factors, zinc finger proteins and signaling molecules are linked to their expression data.
MAGEST (MAboya Gene Expression patterns and Sequence Tags) is a database dealing with ESTs and gene expression of Halocynthia roretzi.