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  • Version: WBPS7 (August 2016)
  • WormBase Version: WS254
  • 128 genomes, representing 110 species

Announcements

Planned maintenance: 26th August to 30th August 2016

posted 1 day ago

Due to essential maintenance in our data centre, WormBase ParaSite will be operating an ‘at risk’ period between Friday 26th August 2016 until Tuesday 30th August 2016 (inclusive). Whilst we will endeavour to keep the website online during this period, services may become unavailable without warning and you may experience degraded performance.  Additionally, we will […]

Announcing WormBase ParaSite release 7

posted 20 days ago

Two years after the inception of WormBase ParaSite, we are pleased to announce our biggest release so far. ParaSite release 7 brings a wealth of new data and tools that we hope will ease and enhance the work of helminthologists worldwide. WormBase ParaSite is now the repository of 128 genomes, representing 110 species. Our newest […]

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WormBase is recruiting

posted 9 days ago

The parasite genomics team at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute are seeking a talented Bioinformatician to work on WormBase ParaSite. You will work on a range of data analysis, data integration and community-engagement activities for WormBase ParaSite, and will also actively participate in the exciting next phase of development for the resource. The main areas […]

Featured Paper: Glucose and Glycogen Metabolism in B. malayi Is Associated with Wolbachia Symbiont Fitness

posted 4 months ago

We would like to draw your attention to a paper published by Denis Voronin, et. al on the influence of host metabolism on symbiont fitness: Denis Voronin , Saheed Bachu, Michael Shlossman, Thomas R. Unnasch, Elodie Ghedin, Sara Lustigman “Glucose and Glycogen Metabolism in Brugia malayi Is Associated with Wolbachia Symbiont Fitness”, PLoS One. 2016 Apr […]

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