[Xenopus] Xenbase is back!
Christina.James_Zorn at cchmc.org
Fri Mar 4 11:34:40 EST 2022
Xenbase is back!
It is a great relief that we can finally announce that Xenbase is back online.
This is the secure website url: https://www.xenbase.org/entry/
* Latest v10 genomes for X. tropicalis and X. laevis have been re-loaded, and are integrated on all gene pages and are available on the new FTP site: https://ftp.xenbase.org/pub/
* BLAST & JBrowse are all back online and fully functional:
- these tools are integrated into the reagent modules for MOs and gRNAs, which have their alignments and JBrowse snapshots all working.
- JBrowse tracks (TF binding sites, CRISPR scan predictions, ChIP/RNA/ATAC-Seq data, MOs and gRNAs, ) have been re-loaded against X. laevis v9.2 and X. tropicalis v10
… more tracks come online each day!
* Gene Expression, the new Phenotype Search, Protocols wiki and Anatomy Atlas are all restored.
Please send us your job ads! If you experience any bugs or have a question, please contact us on our new help desk email: xenbase at cchmc.org<mailto:xenbase at cchmc.org>
Thank you all for your patience and messages of support.
Best wishes to you all in these harrowing times.
on behalf of CCHMC Curation and UCalgary Development teams, and the Xenbase PIs, Peter Vize and Aaron Zorn.
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