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What's New in Release 46

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"High confidence" orthologs are calculated using a range of methods, including gene order conservation and congruence with whole genome alignments.

  • Updated data
    • Updated protein features for all species using InterProScan with version 75 of InterPro
    • Updated BioMarts for all gene and variation data
    • Updated metazoa gene trees and homologies
    • Updated pan-taxonomic gene trees and homologies
  • Updated species
    • Drosophila melanogaster (BDGP6.28 FB2019_03)
  • Bulk import from VectorBase project
    • Updated species
      • Aedes aegypti Liverpool (LVP) strain replaced with Liverpool AGWG (LVP_AGWG) strain (AaegL3 to AaegL5)
      • Anopheles darlingi (minor updates: AdarC3.5 to AdarC3.8)
      • Anopheles gambiae (minor updates: AgamP4.7 to AgamP4.12)
      • Culex quinquefasciatus (minor updates: CpipJ2.3 to CpipJ2.4)
      • Ixodes scapularis (minor updates: IscaW1.5 to IscaW1.6)
      • Leptotrombidium deliense (minor updates: LdelU1.0 to LdelU1.1 )
      • Pediculus humanus (minor updates: PhumU2.2 to PhumU2.4)
      • Rhodnius prolixus (minor updates: RproC3.2 to RproC3.3 )
    • New species
      • Aedes albopictus (AaloF1)
      • Anopheles albimanus (AalbS2)
      • Anopheles arabiensis (AaraD1)
      • Anopheles atroparvus (AatrE3)
      • Anopheles coluzzii (Mali-NIH strain, AcolM1)
      • Anopheles coluzzii (Ngousso strain, AcolN1)
      • Anopheles culicifacies (AculA1)
      • Anopheles dirus (AdirW1)
      • Anopheles epiroticus (AepiE1)
      • Anopheles farauti (AfarF2)
      • Anopheles funestus (AfunF3)
      • Anopheles maculatus (AmacM1)
      • Anopheles melas (AmelC2)
      • Anopheles merus (AmerM2)
      • Anopheles minimus (AminM1)
      • Anopheles quadriannulatus (AquaS1)
      • Anopheles sinensis (SINENSIS strain, AsinS2)
      • Anopheles sinensis (China strain, AsinC2)
      • Anopheles stephensi (SDA-500 strain, AsteS1)
      • Anopheles stephensi (Indian strain, AsteI2)
      • Biomphalaria glabrata (BglaB1)
      • Cimex lectularius (ClecH1)
      • Glossina austeni (GausT1)
      • Glossina brevipalpis (GbreI1)
      • Glossina fuscipes (GfusI1)
      • Glossina morsitans (GmorY1)
      • Glossina pallidipes (GpalI1)
      • Glossina palpalis (GpapI1)
      • Ixodes scapularis (ISE6 cell line, IscaI1)
      • Lutzomyia longipalpis (LlonJ1)
      • Musca domestica (MdomA1)
      • Phlebotomus papatasi (PpapI1)
      • Stomoxys calcitrans (ScalU1)
    • Missing
      • Anopheles Christyi (scheduled for the Ensembl Metzoa 47 release)

Future Releases

  • Anopheles Christyi (scheduled for the Ensembl Metzoa 47 release)

Archive sites

Archive of release 45 of EnsemblMetazoa: eg45-metazoa.ensembl.org (Sep 2019)

Archive of release 40 of EnsemblMetazoa: eg40-metazoa.ensembl.org (July 2018)

Archive of release 37 of EnsemblMetazoa: eg37-metazoa.ensembl.org (Oct 2017)

Funding

Ensembl Metazoa receives funding from Infravec2, to serve as a data delivery mechanism for that project. Infravec2 is an international and interdisciplinary research project on insect vectors of human and animal disease, including mosquitoes, sandflies and other flies. This project has received funding from the European Unions Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 731060.

The biting midge genome resequencing and annotation is funding by a grant from the Bioinformatics and Biological Resources Fund of the United Kingdom Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (grant number BB/M028372/1) to The Pirbright Institute and the European Bioinformatics Institute.

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