Downloads and Upgrades: CCDS 14, dbSNP 139, and Accelrys BioRails 4.5 and Morphit 3.0 | GenomeWeb

The National Center for Biotechnology Information has updated the Consensus Coding Sequence for Homo sapiens annotation release 105. The release includes a total of 28,694 CCDS IDs that correspond to 18,673 GeneIDs. This update also adds 978 new CCDS IDs and 74 Genes into the human CCDS set.

The new data is available on the CCDS website and via ftp.

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