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Institutional Repositories in PubMed: a new quick way to free full texts

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Don’t forget to sign up for the next #NCBIMinute - we’ll show you how to submit your 16S rRNA data [ Gotowebinar.com Link ]

NCBI Minute: How to Submit Your 16S rRNA Data to NCBI

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From April 2-5, 2017, NCBI will attend the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. Join us at Exhibit Booth #3230, where you’ll be able to have your questions answered and see demos of NCBI resources pertaining to medical genetics, sequences and their variations, and biomedical literature.

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Genome Workbench 2.11.10 is here! New features include a critical improvement in HTTPS protocol communication with NCBI and a new coloring scheme in Multiple Alignment View. For a full list of changes, please see the Genome Workbench release notes [ Nlm.nih.gov Link ].

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Tree Viewer 1.13 is here! See the release notes for full list of updates: [ Nlm.nih.gov Link ]

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In two weeks, NCBI staff will guide you through the submission of prokaryotic 16S rRNA sequences to GenBank using one of the new Submission Wizards. Sign up here

NCBI Minute: How to Submit Your 16S rRNA Data to NCBI

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In two weeks, NCBI staff will guide you through the submission of prokaryotic 16S rRNA sequences to GenBank using one of the new Submission Wizards. Sign up by clicking on the link.

NCBI Minute: How to Submit Your 16S rRNA Data to NCBI

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Join NCBI staff at the 2017 Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting (ACMG) in Phoenix, AZ on March 21-25, 2017. At Exhibit Booth #531, you’ll be able to get navigation tips, hands-on help, and handout materials.
In addition, we will have a Platform Presentation in the North Ballroom and two posters in the Exhibit Hall. Please see the NCBI Conferences & Presentations page for further information about...
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RefSeq Release 81 is now available on the FTP site, online and through NCBI’s E-utilities. For more details about RefSeq release 81, please see the latest story on NCBI News: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]

Please note that GI sequence identifiers have been removed from flat file and FASTA formats in this RefSeq FTP release.

RefSeq release 79 now available

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GenBank release 218.0 is now available via FTP. Head over to NCBI News to see stats for the update: [ Go.usa.gov Link ]
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GenBank release 217.0 is available via FTP

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In the past month, the NCBI Eukaryotic Genome Annotation Pipeline has released new annotations in RefSeq for the following organisms:
• Asparagus officinalis (garden asparagus)
• Microcebus murinus (gray mouse lemur)
• Aegilops tauschii (a monocot)
• Cajanus cajan (pigeon pea)
• Castor canadensis (American beaver)
• Ananas comosus (pineapple)
• Paralichthys olivaceus (Japanese flounder)
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Eukaryotic RefSeq Genome Annotation Status

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The new version of the Multiple Sequence Alignment Viewer (MSA Viewer) has implemented several bug fixes affecting several features, including zoom on alignments and text import.

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The Gene resource has a new feature that reports normalized RNA expression levels computed from RNA-Seq data for human, mouse, and rat genes. [ Go.usa.gov Link ]

An expression chart is available on the Gene full report pages, with an additional table view and download option on the new expression report page available through the “See details” link or format menu.

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Expression section and bulk datasets added to NCBI Gene

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This blog post is directed toward all authors who have articles in PubMed. Have you ever discovered that your name isn’t spelled correctly in the citation on a PubMed record, or that there are mistakes in your affiliation, the title of the abstract, or other citation data? We have good news: recently, NLM released the PubMed Data Management System (PMDM), which allows publishers to correct...
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PubMed Citations: A New, Faster Process for Correcting Errors

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The newest video on the NCBI YouTube channel introduces the Sequence Viewer embedding API. A few quick examples illustrate how easy it is to embed Sequence Viewer into your own pages. Sequence Viewer is a graphical view of sequences and color-coded annotations on regions of sequences stored in the Nucleotide and Protein databases. Subscribe to the NCBI YouTube channel to receive alerts about...
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New video on YouTube: Embed the NCBI Sequence Viewer into Your Pages

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Many people use MyNCBI alerts to be notified when new citations of interest appear in PubMed. Did you know that you can also use these alerts with SRA, GEO, and traditional sequence databases?

Join us on March 1st for an NCBI Minute, where we’ll show you how to set up new data notifications: [ Gotowebinar.com Link ]

NCBI Minute: Setting Up Alerts for New Data Using MyNCBI

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Bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) annotation release 101 is on RefSeq.

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Bottlenose dolphin annotation release 101

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Annotation Release 101 for the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) is out and available for download and formatted for BLAST searches. [ Nlm.nih.gov Link ]

This annotation was based on the NIST Tur_tru v1 assembly, which has a four-fold increase in contiguity from the assembly used in the previous annotation. Over four billion RNA-Seq reads from skin and blood tissue were used for gene...
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Tursiops truncatus Annotation Report

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