Ashbya Genome Database .


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Project Description Code used
Vega Website to present curated vertebrate annotation Web front-end derived from Ensembl webcode;
Ensembl database and Perl API
Glovar The Glovar Genome Browser shows sequence variation in a genomic context
DeCIFR legume project Automated annotation and display of legume genomes Customised Ensembl pipeline, API, and webcode
AtEnsembl Arabidopsis thaliana genome browser Customised Ensembl pipeline, API, and webcode
Otter Database backend for interactive curation of annotation Otter is an extension of the Ensembl database schema
Gramene A Comparative Mapping Resource for Grains Customised webcode, Ensembl Compara pipeline, Ensembl database used for annotation, import of the Arabidopsis Ensembl database from NASC.
CADRE Central Aspergillus Data REpository
Sigenae Sigenae EST ContigBrowser
COSMIC (Catalogue of Somatic Mutations in Cancer) Web display of somatic sequence variant/mutation data Customised Ensembl drawing code
MVP (Methylation Variable Positions) Web display of MVPs analysed in the Human Epigenome Project. Customised Ensembl drawing code
S. pombe Gene Expression Viewer Web display of S. pombe gene expression under various environmental conditions. Customised Ensembl drawing code
PupaSuite Interactive web tool for the selection of optimal sets of SNP for genotyping purposes, with prediction of functional effect and visualisation facilities. Web front end to a CGI that uses APIs.
ISACGH Web tool to detect chromosomal copy number alterations and relate them to gene expression and gene function. Web front end to a CGI that uses APIs. DAS server.

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AGD version 3 based on Ensembl release 40 - Aug 2006