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- 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.
- Nucleic acids research 2011 v.39 no.suppl_1 pp. D800
- Danio rerio, biomedical research, genes, humans, infrastructure, mice, nucleic acids, rats
- 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.