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