I have been asked by many of people around me about publicly available resources of the sea lamprey genome. I have just written down some facts and information on an independent new page inside this blog, titled 'Lamprey genome guide'. The situation is somewhat complicated, I see.
I will try to keep this page updated for the lamprey researchers' convenience.
I believe this third-party guide does not interfere any database function and research activity by other researchers. But, please let me know if there is some problem.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Saturday, January 26, 2013
My team has launched a new tool 'aLeaves' to allow researchers to collect sequences that are homologous to a query (with NCBI Blast). The motivation to launched it is visualized in an image below. I hope it leads to wider uses of molecular phylogenetics and better understanding about how sequences evolve and how gene families have diversified. I would appreciate any feedback from users of this tool.