This is the official wiki site for WormBase, the database of the model organism Caenorhabditis elegans and related nematodes. WormBase is developed by an international consortium of researchers and computer scientists.
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Since its inception the C. elegans field has relied on the voluntary efforts of community-minded individuals to develop and organize key resources and meetings. As the field enters its second half-century, continued growth necessitates a more formal structure for such efforts. The Worm Board has been formed to advocate for C. elegans research internationally and to foster the continued development of community resources.
- Data mining - Learn about the methods for mining WormBase systematically
- Searching WormBase for Information About C. elegans (Wiley)
- Downloads - Download commonly requested files and datasets
- Submitting Data
- Overview of species' genomes available in WormBase
- C. elegans laboratories
- Worm Community Discussion Forum (Job postings)
- Software for nematode research
Reagents and Protocols
- Reagents - Useful reagents from third-party sources
- Experimental protocols:
- Related web resources
- Microarray Data Sites
WormBase offers a number of ways to stay up-to-date with new features and datasets, to make feature requests, and to ask for assistance with the database.
- Twitter: Status updates, Software commit messages
- Mailing Lists: General questions | Developers -- More...
- RSS Feeds: News and Status | Development News -- More Info
- WormBase Newsletters
- WormBook Announcements - low volume
- WormBase Staff Resources -- A guide to the tools available for WormBase staff