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The European Nucleotide Archive (ENA; http://www. ebi.ac.uk/ena) is Europe's primary resource for nucleotide sequence information. With the growing volume and diversity of public sequencing data comes the need for increased sophistication in data organisation, presentation and search services so as to maximise its discoverability and usability. In response to this, ENA has been introducing and improving checklists for use during submission and expanding its search facilities to provide targeteddoi:10.1093/nar/gku1129 pmid:25404130 pmcid:PMC4383942 fatcat:7em6pbntxjbqdcs5xprtjkfwza
more »... search results. Here, we give a brief update on ENA content and some major developments undertaken in data submission services during 2014. We then describe in more detail the services we offer for data discovery and retrieval.
The European Nucleotide Archive (ENA; http://www .ebi.ac.uk/ena) is Europe's primary nucleotide sequence archival resource, safeguarding open nucleotide data access, engaging in worldwidedoi:10.1093/nar/gkp998 pmid:19906712 pmcid:PMC2808951 fatcat:7hx2okpxtbdcvpeoabj2q5emhe
The European Nucleotide Archive (ENA; http://www. ebi.ac.uk/ena) is a repository for the world public domain nucleotide sequence data output. ENA content covers a spectrum of data types including raw reads, assembly data and functional annotation. ENA has faced a dramatic growth in genome assembly submission rates, data volumes and complexity of datasets. This has prompted a broad reworking of assembly submission services, for which we now reach the end of a major programme of work and manydoi:10.1093/nar/gkt1082 pmid:24214989 pmcid:PMC3965037 fatcat:sddhoeztgfdkhbyx3zrms3ajza
more »... ncements have already been made available over the year to components of the submission service. In this article, we briefly review ENA content and growth over 2013, describe our rapidly developing services for genome assembly information and outline further major developments over the last year.
The European Nucleotide Archive (ENA; http://www. ebi.ac.uk/ena/) collects, maintains and presents comprehensive nucleic acid sequence and related information as part of the permanent public scientific record. Here, we provide brief updates on ENA content developments and major service enhancements in 2012 and describe in more detail two important areas of development and policy that are driven by ongoing growth in sequencing technologies. First, we describe the ENA data warehouse, a resourcedoi:10.1093/nar/gks1175 pmid:23203883 pmcid:PMC3531187 fatcat:fdf5xomwnbdz3kiv3ngyh44dty
more »... r which we provide a programmatic entry point to integrated content across the breadth of ENA. Second, we detail our plans for the deployment of CRAM data compression technology in ENA.
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Jean Plaister. Libri, 41 & Oct-Dec 91, 217-305. refs. of networking of articles see the following serial numbers:- 1339, 1347, 1497, 1577, 1578, 1632. (NLM) 92/1399 Networking and you. Sheila Pantry. ...
We also thank Sheila Dykes, Dina Shah, and Gwyneth Andrews without whose help this project would not have been possible. A grant to support this study has been given by the DHSS. ... BDELLIUM heats and mollifies, and that very temperately, being mixed with any convenient ointment or plaister, it helps kernels in the neck and throat, SCROPHULA, or that disease which was called the King's ...doi:10.1136/bmj.288.6424.1119 fatcat:kc4pxshcerhsjldrvnmpahkx7y
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Sheila M. Ross... 1 1 0| Woolwich Division, Mr. G. Grahame, B.M.A H.M. Consul- B. W. Lacey, General ... oa Hon. Sec.)— Dr. Edgar F. Cyriax Dr. A. 8. St. John.. Dr. Frank Stevenson _Dr. and Mrs. A. R. ... Plaister, pes Gray’s Inn Hon. Sec.)— - : (per Hon. Dr. R. B. Marjori- ec. <i oe Dr. Edward Scott ... banks ... ay: Dr. C. Gurney Dr. T. E. Walker ... Thompson ie Nurses General Hos- | Dr. L. P. ...
.: Jean Plaister. ... (12) Intner, Sheila S., u. Janet Swan Hill (Hrsg.): Catalog- ing : the Professional development cycle. -New York, N.Y.: Greenwood Press, 1991.-159 S. $37.95 (permanent paper). ...doi:10.1515/bfup.19126.96.36.199 fatcat:mmgv3ecj6zgslnvmdfz5uagn4y
Thanks are due to Jack Censer, Sheila Grover, and John Victor for their comments and to Carl Mehler for the map. The shortcomings that remain are mine alone. ... In the meantime, Dease "applied a Blistering Plaister to his Breast but the Pain it gives him makes him Complain a great deal. he was warned of its effects & it was applied only at his own request". ...doi:10.14430/arctic2347 fatcat:tv73lupxjjhr3dgnth7jrdrqki
(Ti) Rez.: Jean Plaister. ... XXI, 189 S. $ 35.00 ISBN 0-208-02173-6 Sheila S. ...doi:10.1515/bfup.19188.8.131.52 fatcat:3j565dg4tnebzh7w62vdwco4by
Just over ten years later, Sheila Ritchie was commissioned to mark the occasion of the 20th anniversary of JoL. ... Five of the ten (Jean Plaister, former director of the London & South Eastern Library Region; Barry Burton, librarian of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University; M. A. ...doi:10.1177/0961000609337095 fatcat:gx24xjranrbnrfgxa3mctuy6im
Helm, Sheila Kaye-Smith and G. B. Stern regards Marianne Dashwood as Jane Austen's only passionate heroine. ... "And so you actually put this piece of court-plaister by for her sake, . . ." and secretly she added to herself, "Lord bless me! ... when should I ever have thought of putting by in cotton a piece of court-plaister that Frank Churchill had been pulling about! I never was equal to this." ...doi:10.14288/1.0102096 fatcat:gtnckzkcq5b7djprxfnuzatzq4
Sheila Mitchell who, with her husband , has covered large tracts of Scotland copying inscriptions from tombstones prior to 1855 when registration became compulsory. ... A dose of hysteric and purging pills; 2 vesicatory plaisters of the ear; a suppository; 7 ozs. of a cordial! and antihysteric julep. ...doi:10.24355/dbbs.084-201803011403 fatcat:zdldeja4cnbeja54sonedhtfd4
over this word]not more than 3 inches.The only addition would be the plaister which is necessary for the sgraffito.As to this my only doubt is whether the wall is good enough to stand so much hacking.It ... Sheila M. Simpson, 'St Michael's Church, Brereton: A Short Guide to the Church,' Brereton: St. Michael's, Brereton (2011), 9. ...doi:10.17638/03138856 fatcat:amsqeqvwrndnplkomcx4typ5gi
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