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Gene sequences and annotations used as references for the study of orthologs structure, expression, and evolution
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A tool to find regions of similarity between biological sequences
Genome sequence assemblies, large-scale functional genomics data, and source biological samples
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Biological projects providing data to NCBI
Descriptions of biological source materials
Genome sequencing projects by organism
DNA and RNA sequences
High-throughput sequence reads
Taxonomic classification and nomenclature
Heritable DNA variations, associations with human pathologies, and clinical diagnostics and treatments
Privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world
Human variations of clinical significance
Genotype/phenotype interaction studies
Short genetic variations
Genome structural variation studies
Genetic testing registry
Medical genetics literature and links
Online mendelian inheritance in man
Repository of chemical information, molecular pathways, and tools for bioactivity screening
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New version now available Do you use NCBI’s standalone BLAST tool (BLAST+)? The latest version of BLAST+ is now available and includes two exciting new features! You can now run searches faster and focus your searches by organism more easily. What’s new? Run searches faster BLAST+ now runs 2-10x faster for small databases and … Continue reading Faster and Focused Searches with BLAST+ 2.15.0
We’re rolling out exciting new features to NCBI RefSeq’s Eukaryote Genome Annotation Pipeline (EGAP)! Now you can get a better understanding of gene expression observed in different RNA-seq datasets with our newly added gene expression counts. These are determined using featureCounts based on the EGAP-produced RefSeq annotation and the set of RNA-seq runs aligned with … Continue reading Gene Expression Counts on NCBI RefSeq Eukaryotic Genomes
Are you interested in more functional information about protein-coding genes? We’ve expanded NCBI RefSeq’s Eukaryote Genome Annotation Pipeline (EGAP) to include Gene Ontology (GO) terms computed for most protein-coding genes. We are using the latest version of InterProScan, which now includes analysis based on PANTHER reference trees, on all NCBI RefSeq eukaryotic genomes. That means having … Continue reading Gene Ontology (GO) Terms for NCBI RefSeq Eukaryotic Genomes