[ensembl-dev] Probably duplicated human gene in latest release
Beat.Wolf at hefr.ch
Fri Dec 1 14:56:07 GMT 2017
Sorry, this is my fault. I was comparing all possible ensembl versions and copied the link from the wrong tab.
So the correct links are:
Sorry for being incorrect in the last email with my links.
From: Matthew Laird <lairdm at ebi.ac.uk>
Sent: Friday, December 1, 2017 3:54:18 PM
To: Ensembl developers list; Wolf Beat
Subject: Re: [ensembl-dev] Probably duplicated human gene in latest release
The latter link is for Ensembl release 75, which was the final release
in which GRCh37 was used. So the records represented by those two links
are for two different assemblies of the genome. Between that and the
periodic updates that do happen to annotations between releases, it's
not surprising the transcripts for the gene would be different. If you
look in the gene history  page on the current release you can see the
gene was updated and the version number incremented in Ensembl release 81.
If I'm misunderstanding your question, please let me know and we can try
to resolve it. Cheers.
On 01/12/17 13:27, Wolf Beat wrote:
> i just noticed that the human gene SDHD. It does not have the same transcripts in both entries, but at least one protein coding gene is present in both. Also the description, including the HGNC Symbol is the same, which makes me think that this is some kind of error. Both entries should probably be merged. Here are the two entries for the same gene:
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