SBOL Stack is a one-stop-shop to storing and publishing SBOL data and allows to:
- publish a library of synthetic parts and designs
- share genetic parts with collaborators
- store designs of biological systems locally
It is based on OpenRDF Sesame framework for processing RDF data and uses the SPARQL to retrieve and manipulate the SBOL parts. It can run in many instances and allows for federated queries.
We provide a virtual machine image with SBOL Stack running on Debian GNU/Linux with example dataset of Bacillus subtilis parts including: promoters, operators, coding sequences, ribosomal binding sites, translational spacers, terminators and rich description of interactions between these parts, gene products and metabolites.