EMBL

last update

21 Feb, 2005

News

Time line of events in the GFP-cDNA localisation project.

20 February 2005 - 90 new proteins added - generated using Creator Cloning

08 February 2005 - global update of website

05 November 2004 - protein IDs assigned to over 60 recently localised proteins

26 August 2004 - 800 proteins now localised

13 May 2004 - FAQs page added

23 February 2004 - GFP-cDNA resource now ‘searchable’

03 February 2004 - additional comment field added to gfp-cdna localisation website

30 January 2004 - new format of gfp-cdna localisation website uploaded

01 December 2003 - human protein localisation ‘image-table’ added

30 June 2003 - PSORT II implemented. Thanks to Kenta Nakai (University of Tokyo)

25 June 2003 - feedback form implemented for comments and questions

20 May 2003 - ‘Harvester’ (c) updates run now on a regular basis

05 May 2003 - ‘Harvester’ now contains all SWISSprot-ALL proteins (56,000)
(low quality proteins have been filtered e.g. very short proteins)

11 March 2003 - ‘Harvester’ (c) now contains SWALL information in  plain HTML text, making ‘Harvester’ Google friendly :-)

28 February 2003 - IPSort server in ‘Harvester’ (c) implemented

14 February 2003 - STRING server in ‘Harvester’ (c) implemented

16 January 2003 - search engine installed (features also partial sequence search)

13 January 2003 - first release of genome ‘Harvester’ (c)

20 December 2002 - technology pages updated

20 December 2003 - ‘Harvester’ (c) collection of all novel predicted human proteins (SWALL) started (~10,000)

12 December 2002 - integrated NCBI`s ‘CDART:Conserved Domain Architecture Retrieval Tool’

11 December 2002 - ‘Harvester’ (c) now features a network mode, running on several machines in parallel, increasing update speed

05 December 2002 - BLAST module rewritten, accelerating BLAST requests 2x

01 December 2002 - EBI translation tables are now used as a starting point

20 November 2002 - EBI SWALL added to ‘Harvester’ (c) screenshot modules