Welcome to the new Xenbase
In response to community feedback, we have developed a new homepage and expanded our community announcements section. We are now spotlighting new high-impact Xenopus research articles.
Explore our great new features:
New features are marked "new" on the Xenbase homepage, updated features are marked with a checkmark.
- Antibody Database - search through 500+ curated antibody reagents known to work in Xenopus
- X. laevis Genome v 7.1 pre-release - the allotetraploid genome is now incorporated into our Gbrowse
- Improved Genome Browser - the latest version (2.55) has several bug fixes, is running reliably on new machines, and has several new features:
- zoom in to 100bp to see the DNA sequence
- faster, cleaner interface with many optional tracks
- download snapshots as png's or send to others as a link
- download track data in gff3, fasta, or GenBank format for selected regions, entire scaffold, or entire track across the genome.
- faster response
- Faster BLAST Server
- Expanded community announcements and resources
- New miRNA expression wiki from the Wheeler lab.
- New Morpholino Wiki listing 300+ published MOs.
- Spotlight on new high-impact Xenopus research articles.
Continue to use Xenbase to find:
- X. tropicalis and X. laevis genomic and epigenomic data– we host 15,000+ individual gene pages
- Gene expression patterns from literature and mass screens, including comparative expression levels between X. laevis and X. tropicalis
- Xenopus developmental timing and anatomy descriptions
- NF stage images
- Suppliers of animals for your research
- Comprehensive library of over 47,500 Xenopus research articles
- Updated Xenopus laboratory protocols and reagents
- Links to Xenopus stock centers: the EXRC (UK), the NXR (USA), the CRB (France), and the NBRP (Japan)
- Contact information for Xenopus researchers and labs
- Job postings: from graduate studentships to Professor and Research Scientist positions, in academia and industry.
We encourage users to provide comments and feedback to help improve our service to advance your research!
(portion of Xenopus banner image © by John Elkington)
(image of albino Xenopus on homepage © by Patrizia Corsaro)Last Updated: 2013-08-01