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UniProt Knowledgebase release 2013_02
2013-02-06
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Release of 06-Feb-2013 contains 539,165 sequence entries...More.
UniProtKB/TrEMBL Release of 09-Jan-2013 contains 29,266,939 sequence entries...More
EasyProt is available
2013-02-06
A new mass spectrometry tool called EasyProt has been added
Protein Spotlight: a wretched tale
2013-01-31
We all need guidance in life. And sperm cells are no exception to the rule. In plants, as in all living beings that depend on sex to multiply, a male gamete has to reach a female gamete in order to fuse with it... More.
UniProt Knowledgebase release 2013_01
2013-01-11
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Release of 09-Jan-2013 contains 538,849 sequence entries...More.
UniProtKB/TrEMBL Release of 09-Jan-2013 contains 29,266,939 sequence entries...More
Protein Spotlight: unusual liaisons
2013-01-08
Sex for procreation. It doesn't sound in the least bit eccentric. But how about sex between a flower and an insect? We all know that flowers depend very much on insects to perpetuate their species... More.
OMA Browser release 14
2012-12-20
Release 14 of the OMA Browser (December 2012) predicts orthologous relations between 1320 complete genomes...More.
Bgee release 12 (Dec. 2012) - Based on Ensembl 69
2012-12-14
- Bgee is the first database to provide RNA-Seq based present/absent expression calls
- Filtered dataset of 12,875 normal, high quality, duplicated-free Affymetrix chips (available for download)
http://bgee.unil.ch/
Protein Spotlight: asking life to be patient
2012-12-03
One thousand, every heartbeat. That is the rate at which sperm multiply in a healthy human male individual the moment puberty kicks off. It is a lot. And each sperm is potentially fertile... More.
UniProt Knowledgebase release 2012_11
2012-11-28
UniProtKB/SwissProt Release of 28-Nov-2012 contains 538,585 sequence entries...More.
UniProtKB/TrEMBL Release of 28-Nov-2012 contains 28,395,832 sequence entries...More
UniProt Knowledgebase release 2012_10
2012-11-01
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Release of 31-Oct-2012 contains 538,259 sequence entries...More.
UniProtKB/TrEMBL Release of 31-Oct-2012 contains 27,122,814 sequence entries...More
Protein Spotlight: branching out
2012-10-31
Humans are unique. Whichever way you look at it. We can talk. We can write. We can build skyscrapers, make art, design weapons and be a general nuisance to many other life forms. About 2.5 million years ago however, ... More.
Updates to HAMAP and its website
2012-10-12
The scope of HAMAP has been extended to classify and annotate also proteins from eukaryotic species.
Additionally, our website has been updated and we provide now distinct pages for HAMAP family profiles on the HAMAP website.
More information.
UniProt Knowledgebase release 2012_09
2012-10-03
UniProtKB/SwissProt Release of 03-Oct-2012 contains 538,010 sequence entries...More.
UniProtKB/TrEMBL Release of 03-Oct-2012 contains 26,079,526 sequence entries...More
Protein Spotlight: nature's flaws
2012-09-28
Nothing is perfect. And nature is no exception. This said, we should be grateful for nature's imperfections because, were it not for them, we would not be here... More.
External resources available
2012-09-25
Several ExPASy users requested that "external" tools (i.e. resources not maintained by the SIB but listed on the page proteomics software tools) should be included in the "Find resources" search and ... More
Protein Spotlight: life's boundaries
2012-09-14
There is only one way of propagating the species, and that is by mating. However, for many animals, mating usually implies hordes of sperm all fighting to get their nucleus into one egg... More.
UniProt Knowledgebase release 2012_08
2012-09-05
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Release of 05-Sep-2012 contains 537,505 sequence entries...More.
UniProtKB/TrEMBL Release of 05-Sep-2012 contains 23,994,583 sequence entries...More
Release 11 of the Bgee database
2012-08-31
- Affymetrix dataset updated (duplicated-free, high quality chips, new quality controls)
- Human developmental ontology updated
- Reannotation of all human Affymetrix
- Drosophila in situ updated
Protein Spotlight: the poison in pain
2012-08-06
Pain is a persuasive way of keeping the enemy at bay. Hosts of living beings make use of it, both in the animal and the plant world. Many of us have experienced the sting of a nettle, or indeed a wasp, a cat's scratch...More.
Tutorials and workshops at ECCB'12
2012-07-24
The 12th European Conf. on Comp. Biology (ECCB'12) will take place on Sept 9-12 in Basel, Switzerland and it includes workshops and tutorials some of which are most relevant to biologists who wish to learn about bioinformatics and comp. biology. Register at: ECCB
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