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WormBase: a comprehensive data resource for Caenorhabditis biology and genomics.

Nucleic acids research | Jan 1, 2005

WormBase (, the model organism database for information about Caenorhabditis elegans and related nematodes, continues to expand in breadth and depth. Over the past year, WormBase has added multiple large-scale datasets including SAGE, interactome, 3D protein structure datasets and NCBI KOGs. To accommodate this growth, the International WormBase Consortium has improved the user interface by adding new features to aid in navigation, visualization of large-scale datasets, advanced searching and data mining. Internally, we have restructured the database models to rationalize the representation of genes and to prepare the system to accept the genome sequences of three additional Caenorhabditis species over the coming year.

Pubmed ID: 15608221 RIS Download

Mesh terms: Animals | Caenorhabditis | Caenorhabditis elegans | Caenorhabditis elegans Proteins | Databases, Genetic | Gene Expression Profiling | Genomics | Protein Conformation | Software | Systems Integration | Two-Hybrid System Techniques | User-Computer Interface

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