The genome viewer tutorial has been updated with the instructions on how to use JBrowse. The tutorials can be found under the "General Info" tab. Another JBrowse instance has been added as well, which contains the nucleotide sequence of the Chinese Hamster chromosomes (from Brinkrolf K et al).
October 9, 2014
The CHO-K1 genome viewer has been updated from GBrowse to JBrowse, and contains the most up to date annotations (from 2014). The GBrowse instance for the 2012 annotated version of CHO-K1 is still available in the legacy version of the website (linked at the bottom of this page). The updated tutorial for viewing the genomes in JBrowse will be posted shortly.
We're getting a facelift in the near future!
August 28, 2014
The updates will provide a more organized approach to searching the data and going through results - especially important given the recent release of new genomes. Don't worry: all of the legacy genomes (CHO-K1 GenBank, and earlier CHO-K1 RefSeq) will be maintained on the website and will still be searchable. In fact, we will keep legacy pages operational for the foreseeable future in case you like the current look and feel.
As always, please let us know of any unusual or unexpected issues and to share your feedback on the new look and feel.
Welcome to the updated CHO Genome website! The updated website currently has all the information the previous CHO Genome website hosted, plus a few improved attributes. Tutorials for how to use this new website can be viewed here and we welcome any questions or suggestions you may have.
Search the RefSeq Chinese Hamster and CHO-K1 assemblies
BLAST sequences against Chinese Hamster or CHO-K1 genomes
CHO-K1 Genome Viewer
View the 2014 annotated CHO-K1 genome
Search the 2-D gel and shotgun datasets
Useful Chinese Hamster publications and files
CH Genome Viewer
View the chromosome-sorted Chinese Hamster genome
Cell Line Development and Engineering Conference
Berkeley, CA, USA
September 8 - September 10, 2014
Leading experts, vendors, scientists, research scholars, and other interested parties related to the field of cell line development and engineering, from all parts of the globe, will be coming together to share their experience and recent advancements regarding various aspects of cell line development and engineering.
The CHOgenome.org workshop was titled "The www.CHOgenome.org Resource for the International CHO Biotechnology Community?" The workshop included presentations on current applications of genome scale information, where it is useful, and how has it helped in different research efforts, followed by discussion on the next steps for the cell culture community surrounding the CHO Genome effort.