ICE: Inventory of Composable Elements
ICE is a registry platform that provides robust data storage for DNA components, integrated tools for part characterization, as well as mechanisms for secure access and information sharing with other users and software tools.
ICE is open source and distributed under the Modified BSD license. You can try it out at https://public-registry.jbei.org by creating a free account
- Support for storing biological parts in addition to plasmids, microbial strains and Arabidopsis seeds. Supported sequence formats are genbank, FASTA and SBOL
- Full text and BLAST search capabilities
- Advanced collection management
- Graphical application and other tool integration for sequence design, annotation and verification
- Real time DNA editing with live vector map display and sophisticated feature annotation
- Opt-in community collaboration capabilities that enable dataset publishing and sharing across multiple ICE instances
- Granular read and write permissions for entries or collections across users and groups
- Automatic Sequence Annotation
To install in a production environment, please consult our manual for detailed setup and configuration instructions.
To set up a development environment or local machine installation make sure you have the following dependencies installed
Command line installation steps:
Clone this repo
git clone https://github.com/JBEI/ice.git ./ice cd ice
Generate a self-signed certificate. When prompted for a password, use changeit.
keytool -genkey -alias tomcat -keyalg RSA -keystore ./.keystore
Start the built in jetty server. This may take a few minutes to download additional dependencies.
Access the application at https://localhost:8443
Ctrl + C to stop the application
Open Vector Editor is used in ICE to display and edit sequences