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30 September 2014 -
Genome Browser and Portal Released for the Ebola Virus
We are excited to announce the release of a Genome Browser and information portal for the
Jun. 2014 assembly of the Ebola virus (UCSC version eboVir3, GenBank accession
submitted by the Broad Institute. We have worked closely with the
Pardis Sabeti lab at
the Broad Institute and other Ebola experts throughout the world to incorporate
annotations that will be useful to those studying Ebola. Annotation tracks included in this
initial release include genes from NCBI, B- and T-cell epitopes from the IEDB, structural annotations from UniProt and a wealth of SNP data from the
by the Sabeti lab. This initial release also contains a 160-way alignment
comprising 158 Ebola virus sequences from various African outbreaks and 2 Marburg virus
You can find links to the Ebola virus Genome Browser and more information on the Ebola virus
itself on our Ebola Portal page.
Bulk downloads of the sequence and annotation data are available via the Genome
The Ebola virus (eboVir3) browser annotation tracks were generated by UCSC and
collaborators worldwide. See the
Credits page for a detailed
list of the organizations and individuals who contributed to this release and
the conditions for use of these data.
23 September 2014 -
Ensembl Regulatory Build Now Available in the Genome Browser
We are pleased to announce that data from the
Ensembl Regulatory Build is now available in the UCSC Genome Browser
as a public track hub for both hg19 and hg38. This track hub contains promoters and their
flanking regions, enhancers, and many other regulatory features predicted across a number
of cell lines using annotated segmentation states. Click
to view this hub on the hg19 assembly, or click
to view it on the hg38 assembly.
We would like to thank our collaborators Daniel Zerbino, Steve Wilder, and Nathan Johnson
from Ensembl and Kate Rosenbloom and Matthew Speir from UCSC for their efforts in
bringing these resources to the UCSC Genome Browser.
04 September 2014 -
New ENCODE portal launched at
The website for up-to-date information about the ENCODE project is no
longer hosted at genome.ucsc.edu/ENCODE.
03 September 2014 -
Data from the FaceBase Consortium Now Available in the Genome Browser:
We are pleased to announce that much of the data from the FaceBase Consortium is now available in the UCSC Genome Browser as a public track hub.