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Reactome version 19, FABLE, CCP4 version 6.0.2

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Reactome version 19 is currently available here. The latest version of the curated knowledgebase of biological processes in humans includes modules for Uncoating, Reverse Transcription, and Integration under HIV Life Cycle as well as other new modules. Reactome data can be exported in SMBL, Protégé, and BioPAX level 2 formats.
 

 
FABLE (Fast Automated Biomedical Literature Extraction) version 2.0 is available here. FABLE performs document retrieval and gene list extractions of Medline abstracts for queries of genes, transcripts, and proteins by annotating text in an automated process. New features include a "Gene Lister" application that allows users to create lists of relevant human genes from the biomedical literature by entering arbitrary Boolean keyword searches. In addition, for all search results, users can now click next to the listed gene symbol to see all synonyms for the symbol.
 

 
CCP4 version 6.0.2 is available here. The release contains several bug fixes and program updates. CCP4mg has been updated to version 1.0 and Coot to version 0.1.2. Several major new programs are also available on the CCP4 pre-release page.

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White-Tailed Deer Harbor SARS-CoV-2 Variants No Longer Infecting Humans, Study Finds

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