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Helminth.net: expansions to Nematode.net and an introduction to Trematode.net.

Martin J, Rosa BA, Ozersky P, Hallsworth-Pepin K, Zhang X, Bhonagiri-Palsikar V, Tyagi R, Wang Q, Choi YJ, Gao X, McNulty SN, Brindley PJ, Mitreva M - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Bottom Line: Trematode.net is an independent component of Helminth.net and currently hosts data from 16 species, with information ranging from genomic, functional genomic data, enzymatic pathway utilization to microbiome changes associated with helminth infections.The databases' interface, with a sophisticated query engine as a backbone, is intended to allow users to search for multi-factorial combinations of species' omics properties.This report describes updates to Nematode.net since its last description in NAR, 2012, and also introduces and presents its new sibling site, Trematode.net.

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Affiliation: The Genome Institute, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 63108, USA.

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Accessing and interacting with data on Helminth.net. The navigation menu interface for the major tools and datasets available on (A) Nematode.net and (B) Trematode.net is easily accessible from all areas of the site. (C) A site map outlining the interactive tools, the major searchable components of each tool (in grey), and the hosted data on Helminth.net.
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Figure 3: Accessing and interacting with data on Helminth.net. The navigation menu interface for the major tools and datasets available on (A) Nematode.net and (B) Trematode.net is easily accessible from all areas of the site. (C) A site map outlining the interactive tools, the major searchable components of each tool (in grey), and the hosted data on Helminth.net.

Mentions: Trematode.net was recently developed to provide omics data dissemination, from an initiative to study the genomes of the etiological agents of FBTs, with a primary goal of studying trematode (fluke) genome-wide gene and protein annotations online via GBrowse (36). However, Trematode.net now also provides numerous additional services and tools to serve the Trematode research community (Supplementary Information S1, Figure 2), and currently houses information for 16 trematode species. Our overall design priority was to make Trematode.net mirror Nematode.net as much as possible (both in terms of layout and functionality) to create a seamless user experience across Helminth.net. The navigation menu interfaces for Nematode.net (Figure 3A) and Trematode.net (Figure 3B) link to each other, and are organized in a similar fashion, providing one-click access to interactive tools used to mine hosted data (Figure 3C).


Helminth.net: expansions to Nematode.net and an introduction to Trematode.net.

Martin J, Rosa BA, Ozersky P, Hallsworth-Pepin K, Zhang X, Bhonagiri-Palsikar V, Tyagi R, Wang Q, Choi YJ, Gao X, McNulty SN, Brindley PJ, Mitreva M - Nucleic Acids Res. (2014)

Accessing and interacting with data on Helminth.net. The navigation menu interface for the major tools and datasets available on (A) Nematode.net and (B) Trematode.net is easily accessible from all areas of the site. (C) A site map outlining the interactive tools, the major searchable components of each tool (in grey), and the hosted data on Helminth.net.
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Figure 3: Accessing and interacting with data on Helminth.net. The navigation menu interface for the major tools and datasets available on (A) Nematode.net and (B) Trematode.net is easily accessible from all areas of the site. (C) A site map outlining the interactive tools, the major searchable components of each tool (in grey), and the hosted data on Helminth.net.
Mentions: Trematode.net was recently developed to provide omics data dissemination, from an initiative to study the genomes of the etiological agents of FBTs, with a primary goal of studying trematode (fluke) genome-wide gene and protein annotations online via GBrowse (36). However, Trematode.net now also provides numerous additional services and tools to serve the Trematode research community (Supplementary Information S1, Figure 2), and currently houses information for 16 trematode species. Our overall design priority was to make Trematode.net mirror Nematode.net as much as possible (both in terms of layout and functionality) to create a seamless user experience across Helminth.net. The navigation menu interfaces for Nematode.net (Figure 3A) and Trematode.net (Figure 3B) link to each other, and are organized in a similar fashion, providing one-click access to interactive tools used to mine hosted data (Figure 3C).

Bottom Line: Trematode.net is an independent component of Helminth.net and currently hosts data from 16 species, with information ranging from genomic, functional genomic data, enzymatic pathway utilization to microbiome changes associated with helminth infections.The databases' interface, with a sophisticated query engine as a backbone, is intended to allow users to search for multi-factorial combinations of species' omics properties.This report describes updates to Nematode.net since its last description in NAR, 2012, and also introduces and presents its new sibling site, Trematode.net.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: The Genome Institute, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 63108, USA.

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Related in: MedlinePlus