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NCBI Announcements

  • NCBI Sequence Viewer version 3.4 available

    Sep 30, 2014

    NCBI Sequence Viewer has recently been updated and now has improved visualization of graphs, sequence track and other text, as well as a reworked configuration dialog. A full list of new features, improvements and fixes is included in the release notes.

  • HIV-1, human interaction database updated

    Sep 29, 2014

    The HIV-1, human interaction database has been updated and is now on an improved page. The improved interface includes help documentation and supports structured queries against Gene, as well as browsing, filtering and downloading the protein and replication interaction data sets. The most recent data release (June 2014) includes 12,785 HIV-1, human protein-protein interactions for 3,142 human genes and 1,316 replication interactions for 1,250 human genes.

  • Virus Variation Resource pages for Ebolavirus, MERS coronoavirus give quick and easy access to related sequences and other data

    Sep 19, 2014

    NCBI has created resource pages for Ebolavirus and MERS coronavirus, giving users an easy way to find all sequences related to these pathogens. These pages aggregate links to virus data at NCBI and also provide important links out to other information at the CDC, WHO, and HealthMap.

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