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			PubMed Journals: Nucleic Acids Res

  Source:		PMID: 29155950 


     		Nucleic Acids Res. 2018 Jan 4;46(D1):D754-D761.
			doi: 10.1093/nar/gkx1098.

			Ensembl 2018.

			Zerbino DR(1), Achuthan P(1), Akanni W(1),
			Amode MR(1), Barrell D(1)(2), Bhai J(1),
			Billis K(1), Cummins C(1), Gall A(1), Girón
			CG(1), Gil L(1), Gordon L(1), Haggerty L(1),
			Haskell E(1), Hourlier T(1), Izuogu OG(1),
			Janacek SH(1), Juettemann T(1), To JK(1),
			Laird MR(1), Lavidas I(1), Liu Z(1), Loveland
			JE(1), Maurel T(1), McLaren W(1), Moore
			B(1), Mudge J(1), Murphy DN(1), Newman V(1),
			Nuhn M(1), Ogeh D(1), Ong CK(1), Parker
			A(1), Patricio M(1), Riat HS(1), Schuilenburg
			H(1), Sheppard D(1), Sparrow H(1), Taylor
			K(1), Thormann A(1), Vullo A(1), Walts B(1),
			Zadissa A(1), Frankish A(1), Hunt SE(1),
			Kostadima M(1), Langridge N(1), Martin FJ(1),
			Muffato M(1), Perry E(1), Ruffier M(1),
			Staines DM(1), Trevanion SJ(1), Aken BL(1),
			Cunningham F(1), Yates A(1), Flicek P(1)(3).

			Author Information
			(1) European Molecular Biology Laboratory,
			European Bioinformatics Institute, Wellcome
			Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1SD,
			UK.
			(2) Eagle Genomics Ltd., Wellcome Genome
			Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1DR, UK.
			(3) Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Wellcome
			Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1SA,
			UK.

			The Ensembl project has been aggregating,
			processing, integrating and redistributing
			genomic datasets since the initial releases
			of the draft human genome, with the aim
			of accelerating genomics research through
			rapid open distribution of public data.
			Large amounts of raw data are thus transformed
			into knowledge, which is made available
			via a multitude of channels, in particular
			our browser (http://www.ensembl.org). Over
			time, we have expanded in multiple directions.
			First, our resources describe multiple fields
			of genomics, in particular gene annotation,
			comparative genomics, genetics and epigenomics.
			Second, we cover a growing number of genome
			assemblies; Ensembl Release 90 contains
			exactly 100. Third, our databases feed
			simultaneously into an array of services
			designed around different use cases, ranging
			from quick browsing to genome-wide bioinformatic
			analysis. We present here the latest developments
			of the Ensembl project, with a focus on
			managing an increasing number of assemblies,
			supporting efforts in genome interpretation
			and improving our browser.

			© The Author(s) 2017. Published by Oxford
			University Press on behalf of Nucleic Acids
			Research.

			DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkx1098 PMCID: PMC5753206
			PMID: 29155950

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