The nomenclature pages are updated continuously and new genome pages are added to the main table periodically. New genomes include Jatropha curcas (a biofuel crop), Prunus persica (peach), Ricinus communis (castor bean), Aquilegia coerulea (columbine, a basal angiosperm plant in Ranuculales). More than 20,000 P450 sequences have been named.
The nomenclature pages have been updated. Many genomes that were named but not posted yet on these pages have been added (more than 1000 new names). New genomes include: Ixodes scapularis (deer tick). Grosmannia clavigera (fungi) Postia placenta (fungi) Metarhizium anisopliae var. acridum and var. anisopliae (fungi) Tomato Potato The Daphnia (water flea) sequences have… Read More
The Monarch butterfly P450s are posted.
The Two-spotted spider mite P450s are posted.
The whitefly Trialeurodes vaporariorum P450s transcriptome is posted.
The human P450 master table has had all links checked and they all work and link to the correct data. New links have been added to make the table more complete.
The public set of named bacterial P450s has been updated. See 1105 public bacterial P450 sequences
I am going through the tables on the main page and checking for dead Links. These are being corrected. Next task will be to fix all links in the human mouse and rat master tables.
The potato P450s are posted under the potato page. The potato genome paper appeared in Nature July 14, 2011
The Selaginella P450s are posted under the Selaginella page. Selaginella is a spike moss in the lycophytes. It is an early vascular plant. The Selaginella genome paper appeared online (before print) on May 5, 2011 in Science Express, lead author Jody Banks.