The physical interaction network for the GO slim term "regulation of mitotic cell cycle" visualized in esyN

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PomBase maintains a number of pages related to fission yeast genome status, with respect to sequencing, publication, etc. Highlights include a set of statistics giving an overview of genome composition and identified genes and other sequence features, and a page summarising the characterisation of known and predicted protein-coding genes.

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PomBase is a comprehensive database for the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe, providing structural and functional annotation, literature curation and access to large-scale data sets

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News

Tuesday, 27th Jan, 2015

We have updated the data available on the PomBase web site to include manual curation through January 12, 2015, including 240 community-curated publications. The gene page Phenotype section now features a compact default display. A downloadable "viability summary" data file is now available. The PomBase BLAST server has incorporated interface changes made Ensembl-wide.

Thursday, 11th Dec, 2014

PomBase has implemented network visualisations for fission yeast in esyN, using data curated by BioGRID and PomBase. esyN is a web-based tool for building, sharing, and viewing network data developed by Dan Bean and Giorgio Favrin in the Cambridge Systems Biology Centre, University of Cambridge, UK.

On gene pages, we have links to gene-specific interaction networks in esyN in the table headers of the Interactions sections:

  • The Genetic Interactions section links to all interactions centred on the gene and curated in BioGRID
  • The Physical interactions section has links to two datasets:
    • All physical interactions curated in BioGRID for the gene
    • ...
Thursday, 11th Dec, 2014

To make the Gene Ontology (GO) annotations easier to read on PomBase gene pages, we have introduced a new, streamlined display that presents just the essentials. The summary shows the term name (hyperlinked to the ontology term page), the count of genes annotated to the term, and any annotation extensions. All of the previously visible annotation details are still available -- simply click the "Summary" button to switch to the "Full" view. Or click the "+" and "-" icons to expand or collapse the annotation to a single term.
 
In addition, the top of the Biological Process table now lists any GO slim terms applicable to the gene.