Ensembl 2015

@inproceedings{Cunningham2015Ensembl2,
  title={Ensembl 2015},
  author={Fiona Cunningham and M. Ridwan Amode and Daniel Barrell and Kathryn Beal and Konstantinos Billis and Simon Brent and Denise Carvalho-Silva and Peter Clapham and Guy Coates 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 Sophie H. Janacek and Nathan Johnson and Thomas Juettemann and Andreas K{\"a}h{\"a}ri and Stephen Keenan and Fergal J. Martin and Thomas Maurel and William M. McLaren and Daniel N. Murphy and Rishi Nag and Bert Overduin and Anne Parker and Mateus Patricio and Emily Perry and Miguel Pignatelli and Harpreet Singh Riat and Daniel Sheppard and Kieron Taylor and Anja Thormann and Alessandro Vullo and Steven P. Wilder and Amonida Zadissa and Bronwen L. Aken and Ewan Birney and Jennifer L. Harrow and Rhoda Kinsella and Matthieu Muffato and Magali Ruffier and Stephen M. J. Searle and Giulietta Spudich and Stephen J. Trevanion and Andy Yates and Daniel R. Zerbino and Paul Flicek},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2015}
}
Ensembl (http://www.ensembl.org) is a genomic interpretation system providing the most up-to-date annotations, querying tools and access methods for chordates and key model organisms. This year we released updated annotation (gene models, comparative genomics, regulatory regions and variation) on the new human assembly, GRCh38, although we continue to support researchers using the GRCh37.p13 assembly through a dedicated site (http://grch37.ensembl.org). Our Regulatory Build has been revamped to… CONTINUE READING
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