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Ensembl release 76

The new, improved human genome

Ensembl has incorporated a vast amount of knowledge into a fully annotated reference human genome, GRCh38, providing a solid foundation for future genomics research.

Global Alliance for Genomics and Health

New Genomics API from the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health

New software allows researchers to share anonymised genetic data seamlessly across platforms.

Marmoset image from Wikimedia Commons. Credit: Manfred Werner

Marmoset genome sheds light on chimeral twins

Initial analyses of the marmoset genome provide insight into this tiny primate’s reproductive system, which is well adapted to multiple births. The marmoset sequence is freely available in the Ensembl genome explorer.

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