I downloaded the let-363 protein sequence from WB. It should be 2695 AA. It downloaded as a .fasta file, and opened in my APE program. No errors, no warnings. But the sequence I got was very wrong. After download, it contained only 1733 AA, with several specific AAs being excluded from the sequence. This may be a defect in the APE program. However, if there is anything that can be changed on the WB side, you might help the next person from having this same trouble. Thanks!**Reported by:** Aile** (asew****************) **Submitted from:** /tools/support **Browser:** Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.12; rv:57.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/57.0
I noticed that a gene name (xhd-1) is annotated to WBGene00010083. For gene names of other species, "XDH" is used after "Xanthine DeHydrogenase". How did you decide to use gene name xhd-1 instead of xdh-1, although no xdh is used for any other genes in WormBase?
Thank you for your help in advance.
Department of Physiology, Tokyo Women's Medical University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
Dear Sir or Madam,
while creating a CRISPR mutant for the gene rod-1 (F55G1.4) a company and I recognized a 439 bp long insertion in the second to last exon according to the sequence an wormbase. The company had analyzed several wild-type samples and always found the same additional bp in their sequences. I did it by myself for two more different strains and found the same.
Now I writing you because I thought maybe something is wrong with the gene sequence in wormbase? If you want I can send you my sequencing results telling you exactly where we found the insertion. So you would have the chance to double check and maybe correct the sequence.
For further questions just feel free to contact me and thank you for your help in advance.
trying to register so we can order Apl-1 and Sod-1 and wild types.
can you assist?
I would like to download expression and alternative data for genes expressed in the C. elegans nerve ring. For the expression data, I found and managed to parse the 'anatomy_association' and 'anatomy_ontology' files, which gave me the expression data that I wanted. However, I am unable to find similar files that link the genes sequence (e.g.C29A12.4) to the alternative splices (e.g. C29A12.4a,C29A12.4b, etc). I am looking at over a hundred genes, so would ideally like to work with your wb and obo files rather than going through the database. Thanks.
What were you doing?
looking for interactors of daf-12 in gene page
I have submitted 2 assembled genomes + annotations to NCBI (C. latens/PX534 and C.remanei/PX439) and submitted a corrected set of annotations to NCBI for C.remanei/PX356. I would like to add the 2 new assemblies to WormBase and update the C.remanei/PX356 assembly & annotation to the new set.**Reported by:** Jann******** (jlfi***********) **Submitted from:** /tools/support **Browser:** Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.12; rv:56.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/56.0
I noticed you have the following paper in your database (see link below).
However, the first nine authors are missing. Perhaps that was a mistake made during copying or uploading.
The correct author list should be:
B. Soennichsen, L. Koski, A. Walsh, J. Finell, P. Marschall, R. Heinkel, M. Brehm, J. Artelt, C. Martin, P. Bettencourt, M. Hewitson, J. Stamford, M. R. Jones, P. Gonczy, A. Coulson, S. Jones, K. Oegema, A. Hyman, C. Echeverri. Comprehensive genome wide RNAi screen for cell division genes in C.elegans. Presented at the 14th International C. elegans Meeting, 2003, University of California, Los Angeles, USA.
Could you please update this?
Also, could you please send me the full paper on this entry?
Thank you very much.
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