This month we’re meeting Dan Staines, who is part of the Ensembl Production team.
We’re really excited to be a part of the ASHG conference again, this time in Orlando from the 17th-21st October. We can’t wait to see all the great science that’s going to be presented, but here’s a guide to the talks, workshops and Continue reading What we’re up to at ASHG 2017
Ensembl 91 is scheduled for December 2017 and we’re continuing our push to include the genome annotation for lots of new species. This time, we’re adding a whole new set of primate species to Ensembl. Here’s what you can look forward to: Continue reading What’s coming in Ensembl 91
We are pleased to announce that Ensembl Genomes 36 has now been released, which includes new and updated genome assemblies and gene annotation as well as updated variation data and comparative genomics analyses. Find out more below: Ensembl Bacteria includes an additional 142 Continue reading Ensembl Genomes 36 is now live
Ensembl 90 is scheduled for August 2017 and it’s set to be our biggest release ever in terms of new genome annotation. Here’s what you can look forward to: New assemblies, gene sets and annotations Annotation of 15 rodent genomes, including three updates Continue reading What’s coming in Ensembl release 90
Ensembl 89 is now live. Read on to find out about the new features and data in this release.
Ensembl will be at two conferences in late May: ESHG in Copenhagen and PAG Asia in Seoul. If you’re at PAG Asia, we hope to see you at our workshop and the poster sessions!
We’re already gearing up for Ensembl 89, scheduled for May 2017. It’s a slimline release this time, with just a handful of highlights: Updated assemblies, gene sets and annotations Human: updated cDNA alignments Mouse: updated cDNA alignments and update to Ensembl-Havana GENCODE Continue reading What’s coming in Ensembl release 89
The Ensembl regulation resources FTP site saw a facelift in release 87. The directory structures have been modified to make it easier to find files- the file names have become more descriptive and we now also provide our data in a greater variety of Continue reading Regulation FTP resources restructured in Ensembl 87
Continued HapMap variation data access through Ensembl NCBI have recently released plans to immediately retire their HapMap interface, however, data from the HapMap Project will continue to be freely accessible through Ensembl. There is lots of help and documentation as well as video tutorials to help Continue reading Finding HapMap Variation Data in Ensembl