Ensembl 2011

Paul Flicek, M. Ridwan Amode, Daniel Barrell, Kathryn Beal, Simon Brent, Yuan Chen, Peter Clapham, Guy Coates, Susan Fairley, Stephen Fitzgerald, Leo Gordon, Maurice Hendrix, Thibaut Hourlier, Nathan Johnson, Andreas Kähäri, Damian Keefe, Stephen Keenan, Rhoda Kinsella, Felix Kokocinski, Eugene KuleshaPontus Larsson, Ian Longden, William McLaren, Bert Overduin, Bethan Pritchard, Harpreet Singh Riat, Daniel Rios, Graham R. S. Ritchie, Magali Ruffier, Michael Schuster, Daniel Sobral, Giulietta Spudich, Y. Amy Tang, Stephen Trevanion, Jana Vandrovcova, Albert J. Vilella, Simon White, Steven P. Wilder, Amonida Zadissa, Jorge Zamora, Bronwen L. Aken, Ewan Birney, Fiona Cunningham, Ian Dunham, Richard Durbin, Xosé M. Fernández-Suarez, Javier Herrero, Tim J. P. Hubbard, Anne Parker, Glenn Proctor, Jan Vogel, Stephen M. J. Searle

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Abstract

The Ensembl project (http://www.ensembl.org) seeks to enable genomic science by providing high quality, integrated annotation on chordate and selected eukaryotic genomes within a consistent and accessible infrastructure. All supported species include comprehensive, evidence-based gene annotations and a selected set of genomes includes additional data focused on variation, comparative, evolutionary, functional and regulatory annotation. The most advanced resources are provided for key species including human, mouse, rat and zebrafish reflecting the popularity and importance of these species in biomedical research. As of Ensembl release 59 (August 2010), 56 species are supported of which 5 have been added in the past year. Since our previous report, we have substantially improved the presentation and integration of both data of disease relevance and the regulatory state of different cell types.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)D800-D806
Number of pages7
JournalNucleic Acids Research
Volume39
Issue numberSuppl. 1
Early online date2 Nov 2010
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2011

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Flicek, P., Amode, M. R., Barrell, D., Beal, K., Brent, S., Chen, Y., ... Searle, S. M. J. (2011). Ensembl 2011. Nucleic Acids Research, 39(Suppl. 1), D800-D806. https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gkq1064

Ensembl 2011. / Flicek, Paul; Amode, M. Ridwan; Barrell, Daniel; Beal, Kathryn; Brent, Simon; Chen, Yuan; Clapham, Peter; Coates, Guy; Fairley, Susan; Fitzgerald, Stephen; Gordon, Leo; Hendrix, Maurice; Hourlier, Thibaut; Johnson, Nathan; Kähäri, Andreas; Keefe, Damian; Keenan, Stephen; Kinsella, Rhoda; Kokocinski, Felix; Kulesha, Eugene; Larsson, Pontus; Longden, Ian; McLaren, William; Overduin, Bert; Pritchard, Bethan; Riat, Harpreet Singh; Rios, Daniel; Ritchie, Graham R. S.; Ruffier, Magali; Schuster, Michael; Sobral, Daniel; Spudich, Giulietta; Tang, Y. Amy; Trevanion, Stephen; Vandrovcova, Jana; Vilella, Albert J.; White, Simon; Wilder, Steven P.; Zadissa, Amonida; Zamora, Jorge; Aken, Bronwen L.; Birney, Ewan; Cunningham, Fiona; Dunham, Ian; Durbin, Richard; Fernández-Suarez, Xosé M.; Herrero, Javier; Hubbard, Tim J. P.; Parker, Anne; Proctor, Glenn; Vogel, Jan; Searle, Stephen M. J.

In: Nucleic Acids Research, Vol. 39, No. Suppl. 1, 01.2011, p. D800-D806.

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Flicek, P, Amode, MR, Barrell, D, Beal, K, Brent, S, Chen, Y, Clapham, P, Coates, G, Fairley, S, Fitzgerald, S, Gordon, L, Hendrix, M, Hourlier, T, Johnson, N, Kähäri, A, Keefe, D, Keenan, S, Kinsella, R, Kokocinski, F, Kulesha, E, Larsson, P, Longden, I, McLaren, W, Overduin, B, Pritchard, B, Riat, HS, Rios, D, Ritchie, GRS, Ruffier, M, Schuster, M, Sobral, D, Spudich, G, Tang, YA, Trevanion, S, Vandrovcova, J, Vilella, AJ, White, S, Wilder, SP, Zadissa, A, Zamora, J, Aken, BL, Birney, E, Cunningham, F, Dunham, I, Durbin, R, Fernández-Suarez, XM, Herrero, J, Hubbard, TJP, Parker, A, Proctor, G, Vogel, J & Searle, SMJ 2011, 'Ensembl 2011', Nucleic Acids Research, vol. 39, no. Suppl. 1, pp. D800-D806. https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gkq1064
Flicek P, Amode MR, Barrell D, Beal K, Brent S, Chen Y et al. Ensembl 2011. Nucleic Acids Research. 2011 Jan;39(Suppl. 1):D800-D806. https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gkq1064
Flicek, Paul ; Amode, M. Ridwan ; Barrell, Daniel ; Beal, Kathryn ; Brent, Simon ; Chen, Yuan ; Clapham, Peter ; Coates, Guy ; Fairley, Susan ; Fitzgerald, Stephen ; Gordon, Leo ; Hendrix, Maurice ; Hourlier, Thibaut ; Johnson, Nathan ; Kähäri, Andreas ; Keefe, Damian ; Keenan, Stephen ; Kinsella, Rhoda ; Kokocinski, Felix ; Kulesha, Eugene ; Larsson, Pontus ; Longden, Ian ; McLaren, William ; Overduin, Bert ; Pritchard, Bethan ; Riat, Harpreet Singh ; Rios, Daniel ; Ritchie, Graham R. S. ; Ruffier, Magali ; Schuster, Michael ; Sobral, Daniel ; Spudich, Giulietta ; Tang, Y. Amy ; Trevanion, Stephen ; Vandrovcova, Jana ; Vilella, Albert J. ; White, Simon ; Wilder, Steven P. ; Zadissa, Amonida ; Zamora, Jorge ; Aken, Bronwen L. ; Birney, Ewan ; Cunningham, Fiona ; Dunham, Ian ; Durbin, Richard ; Fernández-Suarez, Xosé M. ; Herrero, Javier ; Hubbard, Tim J. P. ; Parker, Anne ; Proctor, Glenn ; Vogel, Jan ; Searle, Stephen M. J. / Ensembl 2011. In: Nucleic Acids Research. 2011 ; Vol. 39, No. Suppl. 1. pp. D800-D806.
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