- Genome Status
Architectural Plan of S. pombe, Johanna Hoog and Claude Anthony
Did You Know ... ?
PomBase has several types of documentation and help to assist you in finding data, using tools and features, and more. The main Documentation page provides a convenient overview of the documentation available for PomBase gene pages, searches, and other features, as well as resources available as part of the Ensembl Genomes project. "Help" links throughout the gene pages link to relevant portions of the documentation. We also maintain a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
If you can't find what you need in the documentation or FAQ, you can ask about anything via the PomBase Helpdesk: go to the web form or email email@example.com. We also welcome suggestions that will improve or extend PomBase documentation.
Friday, 21st Feb, 2014
We have once again updated the data available on the PomBase web site. The data now includes manual curation through January 10, 2014, and covers over 100 papers that have been curated in Canto by community members. We again thank all who have contrubited curation via Canto.
We have made some improvements to the gene pages. Highlights:
- The Sequence section now has links to NCBI BLAST as well as Ensembl BLAST.
- The External References section now links to the Pomb(A) polyadenylation viewer.
In the genome browser, new data tracks are now available for data from these publications:
- Rhind N, [and many more]. 2011. Comparative functional genomics of the fission yeasts. Science 332(6032):930-6. doi: 10.1126/science.1203357....
Thursday, 20th Feb, 2014
We are about to release a data update for PomBase. Please note that there is still a problem with the human orthologs, as originally described on this list in mid-December (see archived message at http://listserver.ebi.ac.uk/pipermail/pombelist/2013/003926.html). We will correct this problem in the next PomBase release, and apologise for any inconvenience in the meantime.