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Filamentous Fungal Gene Expression Database

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  • FTP Instruction (2010-08-22)
  • Chip-seq or RNA-seq raw data should be submitted by FTP client.
    Upload files, please read [FTP Upload Documentation] first.
    Download files, please read [Raw Data Download Documentation] first.
  • FFGED Publication (2010-01-04)
  • FFGED publication is available at pubmed.
  • Updates for uploading results file (2009-08-04)
  • Due to recent updates of BAGEL, the function to upload results file and plot gene expression figures have been correspondingly updated. The steps to plot figures automatically are: (1) enter the number of rows to be skipped, (2) indicate whether the uploaded file is generated by BAGEL or not, and (3) set the columns and headers for each experimental variable.
  • Updates for Annotation (2009-07-29)
  • Annotation information have been updated for Aspergillus fumigatus, Aspergillus nidulans, Coccidioides immitis, Coprinus cinereus, Fusarium graminearum, Fusarium verticillioides, Histoplasma capsulatum, Magnaporthe grisea, and Neurospora crassa. Automatic online annotation for raw data file, normalized file and results file has also been changed.
  • KEGG Pathway (2009-07-27)
  • KEGG pathway information for several species have been integrated into the database.
  • Annotation for Neurospora crassa from the Broad Institute (2009-05-13)
  • The annotation for Neurospora crassa, extracted from the Broad Institute, has been added to the database.
  • Multiple Files Upload (2009-04-20)
  • A new function to upload multiple files has been incorporated into the database. More than one file can be selected and uploaded at one time.
  • Update for analysis result file (2009-04-15)
  • Tab-delimited file for analysis result is required, aiming to enable the database to plot gene expression levels against variable conditions.
  • Public Data (2009-04-14)
  • Public experiments and public results have been merged into "Public Data".

  • Previous new and noteworthy items
  • Acknowledgments: The Filamentous Fungal Gene Expression Database (FFGED) project is supported by a program GM068087 from National Institute of General Medical Sciences at the US National Institutes of Health. We thank Dr. Jay Dunlap, Dr. Louise Glass and everyone involved in this project. The logo was modified from an image provided by the courtesy of Dr. Namboori B. Raju, from Eur. J. Cell Biol. 23: 208-223. The database is located at the Townsend Lab in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Yale University.