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DANIO-CODE: Toward an Encyclopedia of DNA Elements in Zebrafish


Winata,  Cecilia
Cardiac Development and Remodeling, Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research, Max Planck Society;

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Tan, H., Onichtchouk, D., & Winata, C. (2016). DANIO-CODE: Toward an Encyclopedia of DNA Elements in Zebrafish. ZEBRAFISH, 13(1), 54-60. doi:10.1089/zeb.2015.1179.

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The zebrafish has emerged as a model organism for genomics studies. The symposium Toward an encyclopedia of DNA elements in zebrafish held in London in December 2014, was coorganized by Ferenc Muller and Fiona Wardle. This meeting is a follow-up of a similar previous workshop held 2 years earlier and represents a push toward the formalization of a community effort to annotate functional elements in the zebrafish genome. The meeting brought together zebrafish researchers, bioinformaticians, as well as members of established consortia, to exchange scientific findings and experience, as well as to discuss the initial steps toward the formation of a DANIO-CODE consortium. In this study, we provide the latest updates on the current progress of the consortium's efforts, opening up a broad invitation to researchers to join in and contribute to DANIO-CODE.