The US National Science Foundation developed the Plant-Genome Editing
Database hosted by the Boyce Thompson Institute to serve as a central
repository information about CRISPR-Cas-generated mutants in plant species
that are being developed or have been reported in the literature. NSF
invites researchers who have developed and characterized genome-edited plant
mutants to submit their information to the database. To date, the database
contains information about 400 tomato mutant lines targeting ~150 candidate
genes linked with host immunity to different pathogens.