- Genome Status
Single molecule mRNA FISH of S. pombe. Each bright green dot represents one mRNA molecule.
Stephanie Heinrich and Silke Hauf
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Tuesday, 29th Sep, 2015
We have updated the data available on the PomBase web site to include manual curation through September 6, 2015.
Errors in the previous FYPOviability.tsv file have been corrected, and we recommend that all users update this file, especially those who downloaded it earlier in September 2015.
Friday, 4th Sep, 2015
We have updated the data available on the PomBase web site to include manual curation through August 13, 2015, including 300 community-curated publications.
PomBase gene pages now include multi-allele phenotype annotations (i.e. phenotypes of double mutants, triple mutants, etc.). New sub-sections of the gene pages display multi-allele phenotypes at the population and individual cell level, paralleling the organisation of the single allele phenotype display. Compact and full views are available; both show phenotypes with the relevant genotypes and the alleles that make them up, and the full view adds details for evidence, expression, conditions, and references.
The genome browser now includes data tracks for two more publications:
DNA polymerase usage from:...
Wednesday, 17th Jun, 2015
We have updated the data available on the PomBase web site to include manual curation through May 26, 2015, including 270 community-curated publications. See you at Pombe 2015 in Kobe!