What’s coming in Ensembl release 84

Ensembl 84 is scheduled for March 2016 and includes: Updated gene sets and annotations Human: Incorporation of Blueprint epigenome data and methylation data Mouse: update to GENCODE M9 annotation Zebrafish: updated gene set, including manually annotated HAVANA annotation and RNAseq data update Continue reading What’s coming in Ensembl release 84

Drawing cis-interactions in Ensembl

Drawing cis-interactions in Ensembl

As we announced in our e80 release post, we rolled out a prototype display for cis-regulatory interactions, essentially arches connecting any two elements on the same chromosome. This was mainly designed to display your eQTL or Hi-C with little effort, based on the WashU Continue reading Drawing cis-interactions in Ensembl

New gene gain/loss tree view in Ensembl

Gene gain/loss tree view example

If you are interested in knowing the evolutionary history of your preferred Ensembl gene, you are in luck. Starting from this release (69) Ensembl has a new gene gain/loss tree view just for this purpose. This view shows the evolutionary Continue reading New gene gain/loss tree view in Ensembl

ENCODE integrative analysis data available in Ensembl

ENCODE integrative analysis data available in Ensembl

We are pleased to announce that we are now providing access to the ENCODE integrative analysis data from within Ensembl. These analyses bring together a multitude of experiments targeted at determining functional elements in the human genome sequence. This data Continue reading ENCODE integrative analysis data available in Ensembl