Ensembl BacteriaTime 2021-11-13 12:08:01
Web Name: Ensembl Bacteria
Description:keywords:Ensembl, Ensembl Genomes, genome, genome browser, comparative genomics, variation, SNPs, EST, mRNA, rna-Seq, orthologs, paralogs, synteny, assembly, genes, transcripts, translations, proteins, Escherichia coli, E.coli, Bacillus subtillis, B. subtilis, archaea, bacteria description:Ensembl Bacteria is a genome-centric portal for bacterial species of scientific interest Ensembl Genomes Ensembl Bacteria Ensembl Protists Ensembl Fungi Ensembl Plants Ensembl Metazoa Ensembl (vertebrates) Loading HMMERBLASTToolsDownloadsHelp DocsBlogMore Search for a gene Search for a genome
e.g. type esc to find EscherichiaSearch for a gene - type the name of a gene or other identifier into the search box aboveFind a genome - click in the 'browse a genome' box above and start typing your genome name to find matching genomesView full list of all Ensembl Bacteria speciesAccess Ensembl Bacteria programmatically What's New in Release 51 Did you know...?
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Release 51 of Ensembl Bacteria has no major updates since the previous release. As for release 49, we only represent non-redundant bacterial genomes as defined by criteria set out by UniProt. See more details about this update in our blog.
GenomesA total of 31,332 bacterial and archaeal genomes
DataAnnotation of pathogen-host interaction data (PHI-base version 2019-09-16Alignments to Rfam covariance models (Rfam 12.2) visible in separate track (‘Rfam models’)Updated protein features for all species using InterProScan version 81Updated pan-taxonomic compara (which includes key bacterial species)Bacterial species names used within our production processes now have the assembly accession as a suffix (e.g. streptococcus_pneumoniae_tigr4 is now named streptococcus_pneumoniae_tigr4_gca_000006885). Please amend any stored bookmarks for species pages. Ensembl Rapid Release
New assemblies with gene and protein annotation every two weeks.
Note: species that already exist on this site will continue to be updated with the full range of annotations.
The Ensembl Rapid Release website provides annotation for recently produced, publicly available vertebrate and non-vertebrate genomes from biodiversity initiatives such as Darwin Tree of Life, the Vertebrate Genomes Project and the Earth BioGenome Project.
Rapid Release news on our blogArchive sites
The following archive sites are available to access previous versions of data:Release 49, December 2020 eg49-bacteria.ensembl.orgRelease 45, September 2019 eg45-bacteria.ensembl.orgRelease 40, July 2018 eg40-bacteria.ensembl.orgRelease 37, October 2017 eg37-bacteria.ensembl.org Ensembl Bacteria
Ensembl Bacteria is a browser for bacterial and archaeal genomes. These are taken from the databases of the International Nucleotide Sequence Database Collaboration, the European Nucleotide Archive at the EBI, GenBank at the NCBI, and the DNA Database of Japan).Data access
Data can be visualised through the Ensembl genome browser and accessed programmatically via our Perl and RESTful APIs. Data is also accessible through public MySQL databases and our FTP site containing full data dumps in FASTA, EMBL, GTF, GFF3, JSON and RDF formats. A selection of over 100 key bacterial genomes have been included in the pan-taxonomic compara, and genes from all genomes have been classified into families using HAMAP and PANTHER more details.
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