GeneDB

GeneDB

GeneDB

Overview

GeneDB is a genome database containing the latest sequence data and annotation/curation for organisms sequenced by the Pathogen group.

It's primary goals are:

  • to provide reliable access to the latest sequence data and annotation/curation for the whole range of organisms sequenced by the Pathogen group.
  • to develop the website and other tools to aid the community in accessing and obtaining the maximum value from these data.

GeneDB currently provides access to more than 40 genomes, at various stages of completion, from early access to partial genomes with automatic annotation through to complete genomes with extensive manual curation.

License and Citation

GeneDB is is available under GPL3.

If you make use of this software in your research, please cite as:

GeneDB--an annotation database for pathogens.

Logan-Klumpler FJ, De Silva N, Boehme U, Rogers MB, Velarde G, McQuillan JA, Carver T, Aslett M, Olsen C, Subramanian S, Phan I, Farris C, Mitra S, Ramasamy G, Wang H, Tivey A, Jackson A, Houston R, Parkhill J, Holden M, Harb OS, Brunk BP, Myler PJ, Roos D, Carrington M, Smith DF, Hertz-Fowler C and Berriman M

Nucleic acids research 2012;40;Database issue;D98-108
PUBMED: 22116062; PMC: 3245030; DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkr1032

Contact

If you need help or have any queries, please contact us using the details below.

Our normal office hours are 8:30-17:00 (GMT) Monday to Friday.

Authors

Sanger Contributors

Publications

  • GeneDB--an annotation database for pathogens.

    Logan-Klumpler FJ, De Silva N, Boehme U, Rogers MB, Velarde G et al.

    Nucleic acids research 2012;40;Database issue;D98-108

  • Integration of tools and resources for display and analysis of genomic data for protozoan parasites.

    Aslett M, Mooney P, Adlem E, Berriman M, Berry A et al.

    International journal for parasitology 2005;35;5;481-93

  • GeneDB: a resource for prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms.

    Hertz-Fowler C, Peacock CS, Wood V, Aslett M, Kerhornou A et al.

    Nucleic acids research 2004;32;Database issue;D339-43