The recently-launched Nature ENCODE website brings together these 30 publications from three different journals: Nature, Genome Research and Genome Biology. Users can access individual papers or browse papers by thematic threads using the interactive graphic, Nature ENCODE explorer. The site combines the project outputs with interviews, animations, and articles about the project history, as well as a look at the future directions. There’s also an iPad app.
Prior to publication, ENCODE placed the resulting data sets in several open access databases: ENCODE project portal; the University of California, Santa Cruz genome browser; the National Center for Biotechnology Information; and, the European Bioinformatics Institute.
- Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute: The Wider View from a Detailed Focus
- NIH News: ENCODE data describes function of human genome
- BBC News: Detailed map of genome function
- Standford School of Medicine: Scientists announce the completion of the ENCODE project, a massive genome encyclopedia