- Genome Status
Annotations in PomBase by type, cumulative over time
Did You Know ... ?
PomBase offers two search options. A Simple Search box is conveniently placed in the header of every page, and searches S. pombe gene names, systematic IDs, and gene product descriptions, as well as budding yeast ORF names, human gene names, and UniProtKB accessions.
To construct complex queries, and retrieve lists of genes that match the query specifications, use the Advanced Search. An extensive set of filters are available, supporting queries for ontology terms (GO, FYPO, etc.), gene or protein characteristics, chromosomal location, and more. The query management system allows recent queries to be combined with each other, and with user-provided gene lists, using Boolean operators. See the Advanced Search documentation for more information.
Thursday, 20th Oct, 2016
We have updated the data available on the PomBase web site to include manual curation through September 11, 2016.
Tuesday, 28th Jun, 2016
In response to planned cuts to database funding, leading model organism researchers have prepared an open letter to NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins to demonstrate support for the independent community-focused databases that are essential to their work. Although PomBase is not directly funded by NIH, we collaborate extensively with those that are, including the GO Consortium and several model organism databases.
The Genetics Society of America website where the letter can be viewed and signed is at http://www.genetics-gsa.org/MODsupport
Please sign the letter to add your voice in support of the databases that help make your research possible. For more...
Thursday, 16th Jun, 2016
Several of the PomBase staff, joined by our advisor Sir Paul Nurse, have published a Comment in BMC Biology briefly describing the importance of model organism databases to the success of modern biomedical research:
Oliver SG, Lock A, Harris MA, Nurse P, Wood V. 2016. Model organism databases: essential resources that need the support of both funders and users.
BMC Biol. 2016 14(1): 49. doi: 10.1186/s12915-016-0276-z. PMID:27334346