leanne at ebi.ac.uk
Tue Feb 2 17:37:52 GMT 2021
Ensembl annotation of mRatBN7.1 (GCA_015227675.1) is currently in progress and close to completion (we were not made aware of the assembly update in time, but the versions are the same aside from swapping the MT). We hope to release the annotation via our Rapid Release site (rapid.ensembl.org) by the end of the month. The annotation, along with comparative and other downstream data will then appear on the main site as part of Ensembl version 105, due to go live in June 2021.
I hope this helps
All the best
> On 31 Jan 2021, at 19:15, Podtelezhnikov, Alexei <alexei_podtelezhnikov at merck.com> wrote:
> Dear Ensembl team,
> Would you please share ETA for mRatBN7.2-based rat models in Ensembl? We are eagerly waiting for it to resolve well-known annotation problems with rat genes and we hope that this is one of your top priorities for 2021. Are there some coordination with GRC and NCBI that needs to happen?
> Thank you for any update,
> Alexei A Podtelezhnikov, PhD
> Principal Scientist
> Genetics & Pharmacogenomics
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