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Brenner, 1974. See above.

The beginning of modern C. elegans research, this article remains vividly readable and gives a clear introduction to the goals and tactics of worm genetics.

C. elegans Sequencing Consortium, 1998. See above.

This summarizes the first findings from the near-completion (~98%) of the C. elegans genome, and gives useful background information about how the genomic sequence was acquired and organized. (Final closure of the last 2% of gaps in the genome sequence was achieved in November 2002, four years later.)

Harris et al., 2004. See above.

Gene Ontology has become a recognized common vocabulary for functionally annotating gene products in both WormBase and many other genomic databases.

Mulder et al., 2005. See above.

Like Gene Ontology terms, InterPro motifs have become a common vocabulary for genome annotation in WormBase and elsewhere.

Stein et al., 2002. See above.

The genome browser described here is extensively used in WormBase.

Sulston et al., 1983. See above.

The lineage browser in WormBase is an attempt to provide a Web interface for small slices of the entire set of findings given here.

White et al., 1986. See above.

The neuronal connections and anatomy stored in WormBase are largely derived from this work.