EMBL-EBI User Survey 2024

Do data resources managed by EMBL-EBI and our collaborators make a difference to your work?

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WormBase ParaSite HomeVersion: WBPS19 (WS291)-  Archive: WBPS18

Data Usage and Citations

Unpublished Genomes

Authors using unpublished genomic and other data from WormBase ParaSite are expected to abide by the guidelines of the Fort Lauderdale and Toronto agreements that were designed to promote early access, whilst preserving the rights of data-producers to publish. Based on broadly accepted scientific community standards, the key requirement for third parties planning to perform a large-scale analysis is to contact the owners of the unpublished data (i.e., the principal investigator) prior to undertaking their research, to advise them about their planned analyses.

We strongly urge you to cite WormBase ParaSite but please note that we make available many datasets that are new and unpublished, so contacting the original producers is also expected. These datasets, include systematic genome-wide updates to genomes and annotation.

Published Genomes

Please cite the original paper for the genome publication. A link to this paper will be available on the relevant species information page. Additionally, please remember to cite WormBase ParaSite (see below) if you have used the website or any of the provided tools/downloads.

Citing WormBase ParaSite

Additionally, you are asked to cite WormBase ParaSite if you have used any part of the website or the provided tools/downloads in your research:

  • Kevin L. Howe, Bruce J. Bolt, Myriam Shafie, Paul Kersey, and Matthew Berriman.
    WormBase ParaSite − a comprehensive resource for helminth genomics
    Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 2017 215 2-10
  • 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, and Paul W. Sternberg.
    WormBase 2016: expanding to enable helminth genomic research
    Nucleic Acids Research 2016 44(D1) D774-D780