In our latest release of Ensembl, we launched a brand new web interface for the VEP (Variant Effect Predictor). As “it says on the tin”, the VEP predicts the effect of variants (i.e. SNPs, indels and CNVs) on genes and regulatory Continue reading The revamped VEP
Are the Ensembl databases and API a core part of your research? Did you develop tools and scripts to get exactly what you need from these resources? Why not share them with the community? Ensembl are pleased to announce e!code, Continue reading Announcing Ensembl e!code
What’s new in e!72? Updated patches for the human assembly (GRCh37.p11) New variation citation page and individual genotype search box Addition of phenotype association data from OMIM and Orphanet as well as data from the GIANT and MAGIC association studies. Imported HGMD-PUBLIC data from release Continue reading Ensembl 72 has been released!
May was a very busy month for Ensembl Outreach. Besides our customary user support activities, in 14 days, I crisscrossed the east coast of the US, attended the Biology of Genomes conference at CSHL and gave six Ensembl browser workshops at NIH-NHGRI, NIH-NIEHS and UNC-Chapel Continue reading Ensembl is the place!
It has been quite a while since we’ve blogged about the VEP (Variant Effect Predictor), and in that time we’ve added a whole load of new features, particularly to the downloadable script version. Structural variants The VEP now supports finding Continue reading What’s new for the VEP