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The Ensembl COVID-19 browser (covid-19.ensembl.org) was launched in May 2020 in response to the ongoing pandemic. It is Ensembl's contribution to the global efforts to develop treatments, diagnostics and vaccines for COVID-19, and it supports research into the genomic epidemiology and evolution of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. This freely available resource incorporates a new Ensembl gene set, multiple sets of variants, and alignments of annotation from several resources against the reference assemblydoi:10.1101/2020.12.18.422865 fatcat:4bz3upbr3vdjlpvukhes5x55ai
more »... or SARS-CoV-2. It represents the first virus to be encompassed within the Ensembl platform. Additional data are being continually integrated via our new rapid release protocols alongside tools such as the Ensembl Variant Effect Predictor. Here we describe the data and infrastructure behind the resource and discuss future work.
2020 International Conference on Emerging Trends in Information Technology and Engineering (ic-ETITE)
S 153.Design, Implementation & Functional Aspects of the Control & Instrumentation System for Real Time Computer Based Safety Grade Decay Heat Removal System of PFBR P Manoj, M Kasinathan, M Sakthivel, ... Soundra Pandian Scientist, O/o CCA Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology. Government of India. ...doi:10.1109/ic-etite47903.2020.9077683 fatcat:iwmz2md26bhavjllkvvao3co7i
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The uptake of proven stroke treatments varies widely. We aimed to determine the association of evidence-based processes of care for acute ischemic stroke ( AIS ) and clinical outcome of patients who participated in the HEADPOST (Head Positioning in Acute Stroke Trial), a multicenter cluster crossover trial of lying flat versus sitting up, head positioning in acute stroke. Methods and Results Use of 8 AIS processes of care were considered: reperfusion therapy in eligible patients; acute strokedoi:10.1161/jaha.119.012640 pmid:31237173 pmcid:PMC6662356 fatcat:6vzble3fbbcx7img577x25y6nu