New release: MyGene.info Python client updated to v3.0.0

A few weeks ago, we released MyGene.info v3 API, which brings changes to exon field data structure and added accession version numbers to refseq and accession fields, along with some other back-compatible changes. Our Python client mygene module is now updated to use our v3 API as the default. We increased its version from v2.3.0 to v3.0.0, just to match the underlying API version. The mygene...
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MyGene.info v3 API is out !

We're proud to announce the next version of MyGene.info! This 3rd version brings new features, fixes some issues, and can be reached using URL http://mygene.info/v3. MyGene.info v2 will remain up and active while transitioning to v3. Stay tuned, we'll also post a step-by-step guide to migrate from v2 to v3. Here's a brief list of changes, we'll discuss some of them in depth in next posts: Refseq...
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New Citizen Science Project!

We have previously mentioned our citizen science effort to identify biomedical concepts in text, Mark2Cure. However, there are tasks aside from text annotation that can overwhelm scientists. Cryogenic electron microscopy (cryo-EM for short) is an increasingly popular method for creating 3D models of proteins. In single-particle cryo-EM, samples of a single protein are frozen in extremely thin...
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New release: MyGene.info Python client updated to v2.3.0

Before the year-end holiday season of 2015, we released a new version of MyGene.info Python client ("mygene" Python module). Here is a summary of the the changes that were made in the new release (v2.3.0), and we encourage all of our users to upgrade to this new version. The upgrade is as easy as one line of command: pip install mygene -U To verify you have the latest version installed: In [1]:...
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