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Release 6.4 of the GSEA/MSigDB web site :
Release 6.4 of the GSEA/MSigDB web site :
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     <li>Updated for [https://software.broadinstitute.org/cancer/software/gsea/wiki/index.php/MSigDB_v7.0_Release_Notes MSigDB 7.0] and [https://software.broadinstitute.org/cancer/software/gsea/wiki/index.php/GSEA_v4.0.0_Release_Notes GSEA 4.0.0]. </li>
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     <li>Updated for [https://software.broadinstitute.org/cancer/software/gsea/wiki/index.php/MSigDB_v7.0_Release_Notes MSigDB 7.0] and [https://software.broadinstitute.org/cancer/software/gsea/wiki/index.php/GSEA_v4.0.0_Release_Notes GSEA 4.0.0], including updated Downloads page, gene set pages, and documentation.</li>
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    <li>The tools on the Investigate Gene Set page now use a more constrained set of namespaces for the symbol conversion process, and require the user to specify the species of the symbols to be converted.  This change is required for greater accuracy in the conversion process.  See
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the [http://www.broadinstitute.org/gsea/msigdb/help_annotations.jsp Help with Investigating Gene Sets] page for more details.</li>
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     <li>Beginning in MSigDB 7.0, we are now using ENSEMBL as the platform annotation authority.  Identifiers for genes are mapped to their HGNC approved Gene Symbol and NCBI Gene ID through annotations extracted from ENSEMBL's BioMart data service, and will be updated at each MSigDB release with the latest available version of ENSEMBL.
     <li>Beginning in MSigDB 7.0, we are now using ENSEMBL as the platform annotation authority.  Identifiers for genes are mapped to their HGNC approved Gene Symbol and NCBI Gene ID through annotations extracted from ENSEMBL's BioMart data service, and will be updated at each MSigDB release with the latest available version of ENSEMBL.
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<li>Added the Supplementary Gene Sets page with contents for the SCSig Single Cell Identities collection.</li>
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<li>The tools on the  [http://software.broadinstitute.org/gsea/msigdb/annotate.jsp Investigate Gene Sets page] now use a more constrained set of namespaces for the symbol conversion process, and require the user to specify the species of the symbols to be converted.  This change is required for greater accuracy in the conversion process.  </li>
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  <li>Added the [http://software.broadinstitute.org/gsea/msigdb/supplementary_genesets.jsp Supplementary Gene Sets page] with contents for a collection of gene sets representing single cell identities (SCSig).</li>
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Revision as of 18:49, 13 August 2019

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Release 6.4 of the GSEA/MSigDB web site :

  • Updated for MSigDB 7.0 and GSEA 4.0.0, including updated Downloads page, gene set pages, and documentation.
  • Beginning in MSigDB 7.0, we are now using ENSEMBL as the platform annotation authority. Identifiers for genes are mapped to their HGNC approved Gene Symbol and NCBI Gene ID through annotations extracted from ENSEMBL's BioMart data service, and will be updated at each MSigDB release with the latest available version of ENSEMBL.
  • The tools on the Investigate Gene Sets page now use a more constrained set of namespaces for the symbol conversion process, and require the user to specify the species of the symbols to be converted. This change is required for greater accuracy in the conversion process.
  • Added the Supplementary Gene Sets page with contents for a collection of gene sets representing single cell identities (SCSig).
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