We are pleased to announce the release of *version 33.0* of FlyMine
This release includes a number of website improvements as well as new
expression data and improved RNAi data (see below). Data from FlyBase
has been updated to release FB2012_01 and many other data sources have
been updated to the latest versions.
*New Expression Data*
Genome-wide RNA_seq expression data for /D. melanogaster/ have been
added. This data was produced by the modENCODE project
(www.modencode.org) and analysed by FlyBase, who calculated a single
value for the expression level of each gene at each developmental stage
or tissue (see http://flybase.org/reports/FBrf0212041.html for more
details). This data is available on report pages for each gene and can
also be searched through template queries (for example:
*Improved RNAi Data*
RNAi data for /D. melanogaster/ is now loaded from www.genomernai.org.
This data provides a number of new RNAi experiments and improved
phenotype descriptions for both new and existing RNAi experiments. See
the RNAi templates to learn more about this data (for example:
For a list of all changes see http://blog.flymine.org
For a full list of data sources see
For all types of help and feedback email support from flymine.org
The FlyMine Team
- About FlyMine -
FlyMine is an integrated database of genomic, expression and protein
data from /Drosophila, Anopheles /and/C. elegans/. As an integrated
resource it is possible to run data mining queries that span domains of
biological knowledge. FlyMine is a freely available resource.
Rachel Lyne, Ph.D.
Cambridge Systems Biology Centre,
University of Cambridge,
Tennis Court Road,
+44 (0)1223 (7)60224