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WormBase

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Short name WormBase
Full name WormBase
Description WormBase contains information ranging from the sequence and phenotype of individual alleles to genome-wide studies generated using next-generation sequencing technologies.
URL http://www.wormbase.org/
Year founded 2001
Last update & version 2015    WS251
Availability Free to all users
University/Institution hosted Ontario Institute for Cancer Research
Address Toronto,ON M5G0A3,Canada
City Toronto
Province/State
Country/Region Canada
Contact name Todd W. Harris
Contact email todd@wormbase.org
Data type(s)
Major organism(s)
Keyword(s)
  • genetics
  • genomics
Publication(s)
  • WormBase 2016: expanding to enable helminth genomic research. [PMID: 26578572]

    Kevin L Howe, Bruce J Bolt, Scott Cain, Juancarlos Chan, Wen J Chen, Paul Davis, James Done, Thomas Down, Sibyl Gao, Christian Grove, Todd W Harris, Ranjana Kishore, Raymond Lee, Jane Lomax, Yuling Li, Hans-Michael Muller, Cecilia Nakamura, Paulo Nuin, Michael Paulini, Daniela Raciti, Gary Schindelman, Eleanor Stanley, Mary Ann Tuli, Kimberly Van Auken, Daniel Wang, Xiaodong Wang, Gary Williams, Adam Wright, Karen Yook, Matthew Berriman, Paul Kersey, Tim Schedl, Lincoln Stein, Paul W Sternberg
    Nucleic acids research 2016:44(D1)
    Citation (to be updated)

    Abstract: WormBase (www.wormbase.org) is a central repository for research data on the biology, genetics and genomics of Caenorhabditis elegans and other nematodes. The project has evolved from its original remit to collect and integrate all data for a single species, and now extends to numerous nematodes, ranging from evolutionary comparators of C. elegans to parasitic species that threaten plant, animal and human health. Research activity using C. elegans as a model system is as vibrant as ever, and we have created new tools for community curation in response to the ever-increasing volume and complexity of data. To better allow users to navigate their way through these data, we have made a number of improvements to our main website, including new tools for browsing genomic features and ontology annotations. Finally, we have developed a new portal for parasitic worm genomes. WormBase ParaSite (parasite.wormbase.org) contains all publicly available nematode and platyhelminth annotated genome sequences, and is designed specifically to support helminth genomic research. © The Author(s) 2015. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Nucleic Acids Research.

  • WormBase 2014: new views of curated biology. [PMID: 24194605]

    Todd W Harris, Joachim Baran, Tamberlyn Bieri, Abigail Cabunoc, Juancarlos Chan, Wen J Chen, Paul Davis, James Done, Christian Grove, Kevin Howe, Ranjana Kishore, Raymond Lee, Yuling Li, Hans-Michael Muller, Cecilia Nakamura, Philip Ozersky, Michael Paulini, Daniela Raciti, Gary Schindelman, Mary Ann Tuli, Kimberly Van Auken, Daniel Wang, Xiaodong Wang, Gary Williams, J D Wong, Karen Yook, Tim Schedl, Jonathan Hodgkin, Matthew Berriman, Paul Kersey, John Spieth, Lincoln Stein, Paul W Sternberg
    Nucleic acids research 2014:42(Database issue)
    69 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-29)

    Abstract: WormBase (http://www.wormbase.org/) is a highly curated resource dedicated to supporting research using the model organism Caenorhabditis elegans. With an electronic history predating the World Wide Web, WormBase contains information ranging from the sequence and phenotype of individual alleles to genome-wide studies generated using next-generation sequencing technologies. In recent years, we have expanded the contents to include data on additional nematodes of agricultural and medical significance, bringing the knowledge of C. elegans to bear on these systems and providing support for underserved research communities. Manual curation of the primary literature remains a central focus of the WormBase project, providing users with reliable, up-to-date and highly cross-linked information. In this update, we describe efforts to organize the original atomized and highly contextualized curated data into integrated syntheses of discrete biological topics. Next, we discuss our experiences coping with the vast increase in available genome sequences made possible through next-generation sequencing platforms. Finally, we describe some of the features and tools of the new WormBase Web site that help users better find and explore data of interest.

  • WormBase 2012: more genomes, more data, new website. [PMID: 22067452]

    Karen Yook, Todd W Harris, Tamberlyn Bieri, Abigail Cabunoc, Juancarlos Chan, Wen J Chen, Paul Davis, Norie de la Cruz, Adrian Duong, Ruihua Fang, Uma Ganesan, Christian Grove, Kevin Howe, Snehalata Kadam, Ranjana Kishore, Raymond Lee, Yuling Li, Hans-Michael Muller, Cecilia Nakamura, Bill Nash, Philip Ozersky, Michael Paulini, Daniela Raciti, Arun Rangarajan, Gary Schindelman, Xiaoqi Shi, Erich M Schwarz, Mary Ann Tuli, Kimberly Van Auken, Daniel Wang, Xiaodong Wang, Gary Williams, Jonathan Hodgkin, Matthew Berriman, Richard Durbin, Paul Kersey, John Spieth, Lincoln Stein, Paul W Sternberg
    Nucleic acids research 2012:40(Database issue)
    150 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-20)

    Abstract: Since its release in 2000, WormBase (http://www.wormbase.org) has grown from a small resource focusing on a single species and serving a dedicated research community, to one now spanning 15 species essential to the broader biomedical and agricultural research fields. To enhance the rate of curation, we have automated the identification of key data in the scientific literature and use similar methodology for data extraction. To ease access to the data, we are collaborating with journals to link entities in research publications to their report pages at WormBase. To facilitate discovery, we have added new views of the data, integrated large-scale datasets and expanded descriptions of models for human disease. Finally, we have introduced a dramatic overhaul of the WormBase website for public beta testing. Designed to balance complexity and usability, the new site is species-agnostic, highly customizable, and interactive. Casual users and developers alike will be able to leverage the public RESTful application programming interface (API) to generate custom data mining solutions and extensions to the site. We report on the growth of our database and on our work in keeping pace with the growing demand for data, efforts to anticipate the requirements of users and new collaborations with the larger science community.

  • WormBase 2012: more genomes, more data, new website. [PMID: 22067452]

    Karen Yook, Todd W Harris, Tamberlyn Bieri, Abigail Cabunoc, Juancarlos Chan, Wen J Chen, Paul Davis, Norie de la Cruz, Adrian Duong, Ruihua Fang, Uma Ganesan, Christian Grove, Kevin Howe, Snehalata Kadam, Ranjana Kishore, Raymond Lee, Yuling Li, Hans-Michael Muller, Cecilia Nakamura, Bill Nash, Philip Ozersky, Michael Paulini, Daniela Raciti, Arun Rangarajan, Gary Schindelman, Xiaoqi Shi, Erich M Schwarz, Mary Ann Tuli, Kimberly Van Auken, Daniel Wang, Xiaodong Wang, Gary Williams, Jonathan Hodgkin, Matthew Berriman, Richard Durbin, Paul Kersey, John Spieth, Lincoln Stein, Paul W Sternberg
    Nucleic acids research 2012:40(Database issue)
    150 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-22)

    Abstract: Since its release in 2000, WormBase (http://www.wormbase.org) has grown from a small resource focusing on a single species and serving a dedicated research community, to one now spanning 15 species essential to the broader biomedical and agricultural research fields. To enhance the rate of curation, we have automated the identification of key data in the scientific literature and use similar methodology for data extraction. To ease access to the data, we are collaborating with journals to link entities in research publications to their report pages at WormBase. To facilitate discovery, we have added new views of the data, integrated large-scale datasets and expanded descriptions of models for human disease. Finally, we have introduced a dramatic overhaul of the WormBase website for public beta testing. Designed to balance complexity and usability, the new site is species-agnostic, highly customizable, and interactive. Casual users and developers alike will be able to leverage the public RESTful application programming interface (API) to generate custom data mining solutions and extensions to the site. We report on the growth of our database and on our work in keeping pace with the growing demand for data, efforts to anticipate the requirements of users and new collaborations with the larger science community.

  • WormBase: a comprehensive resource for nematode research. [PMID: 19910365]

    Todd W Harris, Igor Antoshechkin, Tamberlyn Bieri, Darin Blasiar, Juancarlos Chan, Wen J Chen, Norie De La Cruz, Paul Davis, Margaret Duesbury, Ruihua Fang, Jolene Fernandes, Michael Han, Ranjana Kishore, Raymond Lee, Hans-Michael Müller, Cecilia Nakamura, Philip Ozersky, Andrei Petcherski, Arun Rangarajan, Anthony Rogers, Gary Schindelman, Erich M Schwarz, Mary Ann Tuli, Kimberly Van Auken, Daniel Wang, Xiaodong Wang, Gary Williams, Karen Yook, Richard Durbin, Lincoln D Stein, John Spieth, Paul W Sternberg
    Nucleic acids research 2010:38(Database issue)
    239 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-22)

    Abstract: WormBase (http://www.wormbase.org) is a central data repository for nematode biology. Initially created as a service to the Caenorhabditis elegans research field, WormBase has evolved into a powerful research tool in its own right. In the past 2 years, we expanded WormBase to include the complete genomic sequence, gene predictions and orthology assignments from a range of related nematodes. This comparative data enrich the C. elegans data with improved gene predictions and a better understanding of gene function. In turn, they bring the wealth of experimental knowledge of C. elegans to other systems of medical and agricultural importance. Here, we describe new species and data types now available at WormBase. In addition, we detail enhancements to our curatorial pipeline and website infrastructure to accommodate new genomes and an extensive user base.

  • WormBase 2007. [PMID: 17991679]

    Anthony Rogers, Igor Antoshechkin, Tamberlyn Bieri, Darin Blasiar, Carol Bastiani, Payan Canaran, Juancarlos Chan, Wen J Chen, Paul Davis, Jolene Fernandes, Tristan J Fiedler, Michael Han, Todd W Harris, Ranjana Kishore, Raymond Lee, Sheldon McKay, Hans-Michael Müller, Cecilia Nakamura, Philip Ozersky, Andrei Petcherski, Gary Schindelman, Erich M Schwarz, Will Spooner, Mary Ann Tuli, Kimberly Van Auken, Daniel Wang, Xiaodong Wang, Gary Williams, Karen Yook, Richard Durbin, Lincoln D Stein, John Spieth, Paul W Sternberg
    Nucleic acids research 2008:36(Database issue)
    110 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-22)

    Abstract: WormBase (www.wormbase.org) is the major publicly available database of information about Caenorhabditis elegans, an important system for basic biological and biomedical research. Derived from the initial ACeDB database of C. elegans genetic and sequence information, WormBase now includes the genomic, anatomical and functional information about C. elegans, other Caenorhabditis species and other nematodes. As such, it is a crucial resource not only for C. elegans biologists but the larger biomedical and bioinformatics communities. Coverage of core areas of C. elegans biology will allow the biomedical community to make full use of the results of intensive molecular genetic analysis and functional genomic studies of this organism. Improved search and display tools, wider cross-species comparisons and extended ontologies are some of the features that will help scientists extend their research and take advantage of other nematode species genome sequences.

  • WormBase: new content and better access. [PMID: 17099234]

    Tamberlyn Bieri, Darin Blasiar, Philip Ozersky, Igor Antoshechkin, Carol Bastiani, Payan Canaran, Juancarlos Chan, Nansheng Chen, Wen J Chen, Paul Davis, Tristan J Fiedler, Lisa Girard, Michael Han, Todd W Harris, Ranjana Kishore, Raymond Lee, Sheldon McKay, Hans-Michael Müller, Cecilia Nakamura, Andrei Petcherski, Arun Rangarajan, Anthony Rogers, Gary Schindelman, Erich M Schwarz, Will Spooner, Mary Ann Tuli, Kimberly Van Auken, Daniel Wang, Xiaodong Wang, Gary Williams, Richard Durbin, Lincoln D Stein, Paul W Sternberg, John Spieth
    Nucleic acids research 2007:35(Database issue)
    107 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-22)

    Abstract: WormBase (http://wormbase.org), a model organism database for Caenorhabditis elegans and other related nematodes, continues to evolve and expand. Over the past year WormBase has added new data on C.elegans, including data on classical genetics, cell biology and functional genomics; expanded the annotation of closely related nematodes with a new genome browser for Caenorhabditis remanei; and deployed new hardware for stronger performance. Several existing datasets including phenotype descriptions and RNAi experiments have seen a large increase in new content. New datasets such as the C.remanei draft assembly and annotations, the Vancouver Fosmid library and TEC-RED 5' end sites are now available as well. Access to and searching WormBase has become more dependable and flexible via multiple mirror sites and indexing through Google.

  • WormBase: better software, richer content. [PMID: 16381915]

    Erich M Schwarz, Igor Antoshechkin, Carol Bastiani, Tamberlyn Bieri, Darin Blasiar, Payan Canaran, Juancarlos Chan, Nansheng Chen, Wen J Chen, Paul Davis, Tristan J Fiedler, Lisa Girard, Todd W Harris, Eimear E Kenny, Ranjana Kishore, Dan Lawson, Raymond Lee, Hans-Michael Müller, Cecilia Nakamura, Phil Ozersky, Andrei Petcherski, Anthony Rogers, Will Spooner, Mary Ann Tuli, Kimberly Van Auken, Daniel Wang, Richard Durbin, John Spieth, Lincoln D Stein, Paul W Sternberg
    Nucleic acids research 2006:34(Database issue)
    90 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-22)

    Abstract: WormBase (http://wormbase.org), the public database for genomics and biology of Caenorhabditis elegans, has been restructured for stronger performance and expanded for richer biological content. Performance was improved by accelerating the loading of central data pages such as the omnibus Gene page, by rationalizing internal data structures and software for greater portability, and by making the Genome Browser highly customizable in how it views and exports genomic subsequences. Arbitrarily complex, user-specified queries are now possible through Textpresso (for all available literature) and through WormMart (for most genomic data). Biological content was enriched by reconciling all available cDNA and expressed sequence tag data with gene predictions, clarifying single nucleotide polymorphism and RNAi sites, and summarizing known functions for most genes studied in this organism.

  • WormBase: a comprehensive data resource for Caenorhabditis biology and genomics. [PMID: 15608221]

    Nansheng Chen, Todd W Harris, Igor Antoshechkin, Carol Bastiani, Tamberlyn Bieri, Darin Blasiar, Keith Bradnam, Payan Canaran, Juancarlos Chan, Chao-Kung Chen, Wen J Chen, Fiona Cunningham, Paul Davis, Eimear Kenny, Ranjana Kishore, Daniel Lawson, Raymond Lee, Hans-Michael Muller, Cecilia Nakamura, Shraddha Pai, Philip Ozersky, Andrei Petcherski, Anthony Rogers, Aniko Sabo, Erich M Schwarz, Kimberly Van Auken, Qinghua Wang, Richard Durbin, John Spieth, Paul W Sternberg, Lincoln D Stein
    Nucleic acids research 2005:33(Database issue)
    197 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-22)

    Abstract: WormBase (http://www.wormbase.org), the model organism database for information about Caenorhabditis elegans and related nematodes, continues to expand in breadth and depth. Over the past year, WormBase has added multiple large-scale datasets including SAGE, interactome, 3D protein structure datasets and NCBI KOGs. To accommodate this growth, the International WormBase Consortium has improved the user interface by adding new features to aid in navigation, visualization of large-scale datasets, advanced searching and data mining. Internally, we have restructured the database models to rationalize the representation of genes and to prepare the system to accept the genome sequences of three additional Caenorhabditis species over the coming year.

  • WormBase: a comprehensive data resource for Caenorhabditis biology and genomics. [PMID: 15608221]

    Nansheng Chen, Todd W Harris, Igor Antoshechkin, Carol Bastiani, Tamberlyn Bieri, Darin Blasiar, Keith Bradnam, Payan Canaran, Juancarlos Chan, Chao-Kung Chen, Wen J Chen, Fiona Cunningham, Paul Davis, Eimear Kenny, Ranjana Kishore, Daniel Lawson, Raymond Lee, Hans-Michael Muller, Cecilia Nakamura, Shraddha Pai, Philip Ozersky, Andrei Petcherski, Anthony Rogers, Aniko Sabo, Erich M Schwarz, Kimberly Van Auken, Qinghua Wang, Richard Durbin, John Spieth, Paul W Sternberg, Lincoln D Stein
    Nucleic acids research 2005:33(Database issue)
    197 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-23)

    Abstract: WormBase (http://www.wormbase.org), the model organism database for information about Caenorhabditis elegans and related nematodes, continues to expand in breadth and depth. Over the past year, WormBase has added multiple large-scale datasets including SAGE, interactome, 3D protein structure datasets and NCBI KOGs. To accommodate this growth, the International WormBase Consortium has improved the user interface by adding new features to aid in navigation, visualization of large-scale datasets, advanced searching and data mining. Internally, we have restructured the database models to rationalize the representation of genes and to prepare the system to accept the genome sequences of three additional Caenorhabditis species over the coming year.

  • WormBase: a multi-species resource for nematode biology and genomics. [PMID: 14681445]

    Todd W Harris, Nansheng Chen, Fiona Cunningham, Marcela Tello-Ruiz, Igor Antoshechkin, Carol Bastiani, Tamberlyn Bieri, Darin Blasiar, Keith Bradnam, Juancarlos Chan, Chao-Kung Chen, Wen J Chen, Paul Davis, Eimear Kenny, Ranjana Kishore, Daniel Lawson, Raymond Lee, Hans-Michael Muller, Cecilia Nakamura, Philip Ozersky, Andrei Petcherski, Anthony Rogers, Aniko Sabo, Erich M Schwarz, Kimberly Van Auken, Qinghua Wang, Richard Durbin, John Spieth, Paul W Sternberg, Lincoln D Stein
    Nucleic acids research 2004:32(Database issue)
    164 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-23)

    Abstract: WormBase (http://www.wormbase.org/) is the central data repository for information about Caenorhabditis elegans and related nematodes. As a model organism database, WormBase extends beyond the genomic sequence, integrating experimental results with extensively annotated views of the genome. The WormBase Consortium continues to expand the biological scope and utility of WormBase with the inclusion of large-scale genomic analyses, through active data and literature curation, through new analysis and visualization tools, and through refinement of the user interface. Over the past year, the nearly complete genomic sequence and comparative analyses of the closely related species Caenorhabditis briggsae have been integrated into WormBase, including gene predictions, ortholog assignments and a new synteny viewer to display the relationships between the two species. Extensive site-wide refinement of the user interface now provides quick access to the most frequently accessed resources and a consistent browsing experience across the site. Unified single-page views now provide complete summaries of commonly accessed entries like genes. These advances continue to increase the utility of WormBase for C.elegans researchers, as well as for those researchers exploring problems in functional and comparative genomics in the context of a powerful genetic system.

  • WormBase: a cross-species database for comparative genomics. [PMID: 12519966]

    Todd W Harris, Raymond Lee, Erich Schwarz, Keith Bradnam, Daniel Lawson, Wen Chen, Darin Blasier, Eimear Kenny, Fiona Cunningham, Ranjana Kishore, Juancarlos Chan, Hans-Michael Muller, Andrei Petcherski, Gudmundur Thorisson, Allen Day, Tamberlyn Bieri, Anthony Rogers, Chao-Kung Chen, John Spieth, Paul Sternberg, Richard Durbin, Lincoln D Stein
    Nucleic acids research 2003:31(1)
    127 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-23)

    Abstract: WormBase (http://www.wormbase.org/) is a web-accessible central data repository for information about Caenorhabditis elegans and related nematodes. The past two years have seen a significant expansion in the biological scope of WormBase, including the integration of large-scale, genome-wide data sets, the inclusion of genome sequence and gene predictions from related species and active literature curation. This expansion of data has also driven the development and refinement of user interfaces and operability, including a new Genome Browser, new searches and facilities for data access and the inclusion of extensive documentation. These advances have expanded WormBase beyond the obvious target audience of C. elegans researchers, to include researchers wishing to explore problems in functional and comparative genomics within the context of a powerful genetic system.

  • WormBase: network access to the genome and biology of Caenorhabditis elegans. [PMID: 11125056]

    L Stein, P Sternberg, R Durbin, J Thierry-Mieg, J Spieth
    Nucleic acids research 2001:29(1)
    275 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-23)

    Abstract: WormBase (http://www.wormbase.org) is a web-based resource for the Caenorhabditis elegans genome and its biology. It builds upon the existing ACeDB database of the C.elegans genome by providing data curation services, a significantly expanded range of subject areas and a user-friendly front end.

  • WormBase: network access to the genome and biology of Caenorhabditis elegans. [PMID: 11125056]

    L Stein, P Sternberg, R Durbin, J Thierry-Mieg, J Spieth
    Nucleic acids research 2001:29(1)
    275 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-01-23)

    Abstract: WormBase (http://www.wormbase.org) is a web-based resource for the Caenorhabditis elegans genome and its biology. It builds upon the existing ACeDB database of the C.elegans genome by providing data curation services, a significantly expanded range of subject areas and a user-friendly front end.

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200 OK2016-02-26
200 OK2016-02-24
200 OK2016-02-22
200 OK2016-02-19
200 OK2016-02-17
200 OK2016-02-15
200 OK2016-02-14
200 OK2016-02-12
200 OK2016-02-10
200 OK2016-02-08
200 OK2016-02-07
200 OK2016-02-05
200 OK2016-02-03
200 OK2016-02-01
200 OK2016-01-31
200 OK2016-01-29
200 OK2016-01-27
200 OK2016-01-25
200 OK2016-01-24
200 OK2016-01-22
200 OK2016-01-20
200 OK2016-01-18
200 OK2016-01-17
200 OK2016-01-15
200 OK2016-01-13
200 OK2016-01-11
200 OK2016-01-10
200 OK2016-01-08
200 OK2016-01-06
200 OK2016-01-04

Tags

DNA Expression Interaction and Network Phenotype Protein RNA
Caenorhabditis
genetics genomics

Record metadata

  • Created on: 2015-06-20
  • Curated by:
    • Lina Ma [2016-09-09]
    • Hongyan Yin [2016-03-29]
    • Lin Liu [2016-01-29]
    • Lin Liu [2016-01-05]
    • Hongyan Yin [2015-11-25]
    • Hongyan Yin [2015-11-22]
    • Hongyan Yin [2015-06-26]
    • Jian Sang [2015-06-26]
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