Please note that eg34 is a maintenance release, consisting of fixes to data and software issues. No significant updates have been included. You can view the release notes here.
What’s New in e87: Updated assemblies, gene sets and annotations In Ensembl 87, there are a number of updates to the assemblies and gene sets for several species: Human: updated cDNA alignments and RefSeq import Mouse: updated gene set and assembly, see Continue reading Ensembl 87 has been released!
As part of Ensembl 85, we are excited to introduce expression quantitative trait loci (eQTL) data, through our partnership with the Genotype-Tissue Expression (GTEx) project. The GTEx project has the goal of identifying the influence of genetics on tissue-specific gene Continue reading GTEx eQTL data now in Ensembl!
What’s new? Ensembl Plants now has an archive site, where we will keep selected previous releases of Ensembl Plants publicly available. The first release available on the archive site is release 31, and includes the previous assemblies for wheat and maize. Continue reading Ensembl Genomes 32 is out!
What’s New in e85: 30 new human epigenomes from the Roadmap Epigenomics Project Human and mouse: Updated GENCODE set; including manually annotated HAVANA annotation, and all CCDS genes Imported symbol names from the Vertebrate Gene Nomenclature Committee (VGNC) for Chimpanzee Improved Continue reading Ensembl 85 has been released!
Ensembl 85 is scheduled for July 2016, highlights include: Updated gene sets and annotations Human: updated to GENCODE release 25, new CCDS import Mouse: updated to GENCODE release M10, Rat: updated Ensembl/HAVANA gene set Vega 65 annotation added for human, mouse Continue reading What’s coming in Ensembl release 85
We have scheduled the next releases of Ensembl (Release 85) and Ensembl Genomes (Release 32) for July 2016. Details of the declared intentions will be announced nearer the time. Please contact the helpdesk if you have any questions or feedback.
We released the new Ensembl mobile site in release 82 and it’s already being used by our communities. m.ensembl.org has a slim-line functionality, designed to be a quick reference tool for genes, variants and associated phenotypes. We hope you will find Continue reading Sharing feature on the new mobile site (m.ensembl.org)