The TRAPID platform is currently only freely accessible for academic use. If you have a commercial interest in the platform, or would like to use TRAPID for commercial purposes, please contact Klaas Vandepoele.


In case you publish results generated using TRAPID, please cite this paper:

TRAPID 2.0: a web application for taxonomic and functional analysis of de novo transcriptomes
Francois Bucchini, Andrea Del Cortona, Łukasz Kreft, Alexander Botzki, Michiel Van Bel, Klaas Vandepoele
bioRxiv, October 22, 2020


This tool is developed and maintained by François Bucchini, Michiel Van Bel, and Klaas Vandepoele.

The CNB research group

The Comparative Network Biology (CNB) group (led by Klaas Vandepoele and located at VIB-Ghent) is interested in extracting biological knowledge from large-scale experimental data sets using data integration, comparative sequence & expression analysis, and network biology, in plants, green algae and diatoms.

If you wish to learn more, you may be interested by taking a look at the group's website.