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Xenbase Data Downloads

Xenbase data downloads provide access to genomes, database content, and more. Most files are in a tab delimited format. Click the "readme" link to view information on the files, including the header row for these files. To download a file, click on the corresponding link on the far right side. More files are located at our FTP File Browser. If you have any questions about the content of the files, or would like a custom Data Report generated, please contact us. To upload your data to Xenbase, please visit the Data Submission page

Genomics

Genomes


Sequences

    X. laevis
  • X. laevis mRNA (Xenbase)[readme]FASTA
  • X. laevis protein (Xenbase)[readme]FASTA
  • X. laevis EST (NCBI)[readme]FASTA
  • X. laevis mRNA (NCBI)[readme]FASTA
  • X. laevis protein (NCBI)[readme]FASTA
  • X. tropicalis
  • X. tropicalis mRNA (Xenbase)[readme]FASTA
  • X. tropicalis protein (Xenbase)[readme]FASTA
  • X. tropicalis EST (NCBI)[readme]FASTA
  • X. tropicalis mRNA (NCBI)[readme]FASTA
  • X. tropicalis protein (NCBI)[readme]FASTA


Xenbase Data Reports

Xenbase data reports are updated weekly.



Anatomy

The Xenopus Anatomical Ontology, aka the XAO, describes Xenopus anatomy and embryological development using a 'controlled vocabulary' of anatomy terms that are organized in an hierarchy with a graphical structure. Xenbase curators use XAO terms to describe gene expression, and the XAO is constantly being updated in response to the latest published Xenopus research.

    XAO
  • XAO v4.0 [readme] Download as: obo owl
  • XAO v3.1 [readme] Download as: obo owl
  • XAO v2.1 [readme] Download as: obo
  • XAO v2.0.8 [readme] Download as: obo owl
  • XAO v2.0.7 [readme] Download as: obo owl




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