As of Ensembl 110 / Ensembl Genomes 57, gene trees within Ensembl Metazoa have been expanded to cover 275 species by dividing them into 3 taxonomic clade sets: Metazoa, Protostomia, and Insecta. In addition, the release and update frequency of metazoan gene trees will change, with Metazoa and Protostomia being updated in every even-numbered release and Insecta being updated in every odd-numbered release. Read on to find out more about this update.Continue reading
Ensembl 110 and Ensembl Genomes 57 are expected to be released in
May 2023 July 2023. Find out what’s coming in the new release, although we cannot guarantee everything listed here will make it into the final release.
Ensembl 107 and Ensembl Genomes 54 have now been released. Check out our site for exciting new updates to regulatory annotations, updated vertebrate genomes and lots of new metazoan species.Continue reading
Ensembl 99 (and Ensembl Genomes 46) are due out in December and we plan to include a bumper set of new and updated species. As with all releases, we cannot guarantee that anything listed here will make it into the final release.
We’ve just released Ensembl Genomes 42, with new and updated plant species, including soya and tomato, as well as three new species for Ensembl Metazoa.
We’ve been tending the Ensembl Plants garden with great care, have cultivated several new species and updated a number of genome assemblies, including a new chromosome-level wheat genome from IWGSC. The protist team have also been busy and are proud to announce an updated assembly for Leishmania major.
Read on to find out more about these exciting new updates and more in this new release of Ensembl Genomes!
This month we’re meeting Paul Kersey, who is the Ensembl Genomes team leader.