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Genenames.org: the HGNC resources in 2015.

Gray KA, Yates B, Seal RL, Wright MW, Bruford EA - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Bottom Line: The HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC) based at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) assigns unique symbols and names to human genes.To date the HGNC have assigned over 39,000 gene names and, representing an increase of over 5000 entries in the past two years.This article provides an overview of our current online data and resources, and highlights the changes we have made in recent years.

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Affiliation: HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, European Bioinformatics Institute, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, CB10 1SD, UK.

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The new search box located within the masthead activates the search and returns the results as seen above in section ‘a’. The results are faceted as seen on the left allowing the user to filter the returned results by locus type and group. The results display some of the core HGNC data such as symbol, name and ID. Each result also highlights the field(s) the term matches. Section ‘b’ displays a typical symbol report showing the HGNC core data fields within the shaded box. New additions to the core data are the HCOP and gene families links that have migrated from the external links section below. A slightly changed format to the external links section can be seen including our improved references section. The first reference is the default view while the second displays the full author list and abstract as would be displayed once the plus sign is clicked. Clicking on the minus will return the reference back to the default. Another addition is the support for multiple mouse and rat homologs per human gene within our symbol reports as seen above.
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Figure 1: The new search box located within the masthead activates the search and returns the results as seen above in section ‘a’. The results are faceted as seen on the left allowing the user to filter the returned results by locus type and group. The results display some of the core HGNC data such as symbol, name and ID. Each result also highlights the field(s) the term matches. Section ‘b’ displays a typical symbol report showing the HGNC core data fields within the shaded box. New additions to the core data are the HCOP and gene families links that have migrated from the external links section below. A slightly changed format to the external links section can be seen including our improved references section. The first reference is the default view while the second displays the full author list and abstract as would be displayed once the plus sign is clicked. Clicking on the minus will return the reference back to the default. Another addition is the support for multiple mouse and rat homologs per human gene within our symbol reports as seen above.

Mentions: The references section of the ‘external links’ section has changed considerably. In the past we displayed the PMID number, a link to PubMed (31) and a link to CiteXplore which has now become Europe PubMed Central (Europe PMC) (http://europepmc.org/). What we display now by default is the title, article reference, PMID number and links to both Europe PMC and PubMed. Next to the links to PubMed we have added a plus sign which when clicked, alters the reference to include the full author list and abstract. This is all done with an AJAX request to the Europe PMC RESTful web service, retrieving the information needed by PMID number and rendering the information within the symbol report page (Figure 1b).


Genenames.org: the HGNC resources in 2015.

Gray KA, Yates B, Seal RL, Wright MW, Bruford EA - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

The new search box located within the masthead activates the search and returns the results as seen above in section ‘a’. The results are faceted as seen on the left allowing the user to filter the returned results by locus type and group. The results display some of the core HGNC data such as symbol, name and ID. Each result also highlights the field(s) the term matches. Section ‘b’ displays a typical symbol report showing the HGNC core data fields within the shaded box. New additions to the core data are the HCOP and gene families links that have migrated from the external links section below. A slightly changed format to the external links section can be seen including our improved references section. The first reference is the default view while the second displays the full author list and abstract as would be displayed once the plus sign is clicked. Clicking on the minus will return the reference back to the default. Another addition is the support for multiple mouse and rat homologs per human gene within our symbol reports as seen above.
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Figure 1: The new search box located within the masthead activates the search and returns the results as seen above in section ‘a’. The results are faceted as seen on the left allowing the user to filter the returned results by locus type and group. The results display some of the core HGNC data such as symbol, name and ID. Each result also highlights the field(s) the term matches. Section ‘b’ displays a typical symbol report showing the HGNC core data fields within the shaded box. New additions to the core data are the HCOP and gene families links that have migrated from the external links section below. A slightly changed format to the external links section can be seen including our improved references section. The first reference is the default view while the second displays the full author list and abstract as would be displayed once the plus sign is clicked. Clicking on the minus will return the reference back to the default. Another addition is the support for multiple mouse and rat homologs per human gene within our symbol reports as seen above.
Mentions: The references section of the ‘external links’ section has changed considerably. In the past we displayed the PMID number, a link to PubMed (31) and a link to CiteXplore which has now become Europe PubMed Central (Europe PMC) (http://europepmc.org/). What we display now by default is the title, article reference, PMID number and links to both Europe PMC and PubMed. Next to the links to PubMed we have added a plus sign which when clicked, alters the reference to include the full author list and abstract. This is all done with an AJAX request to the Europe PMC RESTful web service, retrieving the information needed by PMID number and rendering the information within the symbol report page (Figure 1b).

Bottom Line: The HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC) based at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) assigns unique symbols and names to human genes.To date the HGNC have assigned over 39,000 gene names and, representing an increase of over 5000 entries in the past two years.This article provides an overview of our current online data and resources, and highlights the changes we have made in recent years.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, European Bioinformatics Institute, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, CB10 1SD, UK.

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