Ensembl 2013

  title={Ensembl 2013},
  author={Paul Flicek and Ikhlak Ahmed and M. Ridwan Amode and Daniel Barrell and Kathryn Beal and Simon Brent and Denise Carvalho-Silva and Peter Clapham and Guy Coates and Susan Fairley and Stephen Fitzgerald and Laurent Gil and Carlos Garc{\'i}a-Gir{\'o}n and Leo Gordon and Thibaut Hourlier and Sarah E. Hunt and Thomas Juettemann and Andreas K{\"a}h{\"a}ri and Stephen Keenan and Monika Komorowska and Eugene Kulesha and Ian Longden and Thomas Maurel and William M. McLaren and Matthieu Muffato and Rishi Nag and Bert Overduin and Miguel Pignatelli and Bethan Pritchard and Emily Pritchard and Harpreet Singh Riat and Graham R. S. Ritchie and Magali Ruffier and Michael Schuster and Daniel Sheppard and Daniel Sobral and Kieron Taylor and Anja Thormann and Stephen J. Trevanion and Simon White and Steven P. Wilder and Bronwen L. Aken and Ewan Birney and Fiona Cunningham and Ian Dunham and Jennifer L. Harrow and Javier Herrero and Tim J. P. Hubbard and Nathan Johnson and Rhoda Kinsella and Anne Parker and Giulietta Spudich and Andy Yates and Amonida Zadissa and Stephen M. J. Searle},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
The Ensembl project (http://www.ensembl.org) provides genome information for sequenced chordate genomes with a particular focus on human, mouse, zebrafish and rat. Our resources include evidenced-based gene sets for all supported species; large-scale whole genome multiple species alignments across vertebrates and clade-specific alignments for eutherian mammals, primates, birds and fish; variation data resources for 17 species and regulation annotations based on ENCODE and other data sets… CONTINUE READING
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