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My System Monitor is a fast, simple system monitoring utility that lets you monitor the system’s resources and diagnose potential problems. It supports network adapters and advanced configurations. It has a simple, easy to use,

This is a quick-look at our review of the Ensembl Genome Browser which is produced by the European Bioinformatics Institute.

Their database of genome annotations enables scientists to search for all genes, protein-coding sequences, regulatory regions, non-coding RNAs and more.

If you are interested in the EBI’s own description of the capabilities of the Ensembl Genome Browser, see our review of the EBI’s Ensembl Genome Browser here.

Ensembl provides the following types of genome annotations:


Genome annotations, including:


Protein-coding genes, pseudogenes and non-coding RNAs

Long and small non-coding RNAs




Promoter regions



Variant elements


RNA-coding genes



miRNAs with targets

ncRNA genes




CpG islands

Antisense transcription


Genome annotations can be searched with either a text search or via gene ontology.

Genome Browser

The Genome Browser provides a graphical display of the regions and features that are included in the Ensembl database, allowing users to view these features on the genome assembly that they are displaying. The browser also provides access to raw sequence data for the displayed region, through the option to display the raw data along with the assembled sequence.

Individual Ensembl Genome Browser instances can be configured to take into account differences in the content of the Ensembl database when displaying these regions and features, meaning that every browser instance will display a different subset of annotations, depending on which Ensembl release is installed.

The Ensembl Genome Browser can be configured to display any gene coordinates as a text-based annotation on the genome assembly displayed.

Ensembl also provides RNA-Seq data for many of the model organism genomes.

It is also possible to obtain a range of genomic sequence that may eea19f52d2

FPrime is a lightweight application that allows you to calculate X-ray dispersion coefficients for chemical elements.
The program allows you to load an elements and to view the f’ and f” values for certain wavelength or energy levels.
You can load multiple elements by selecting them from the periodic table and compare their properties by using the graph.
Version Information:
Date: 20/08/2011 Version 1.0

(ST2D).uf,(ST2D).ufd,(ST2D).ud and (ST2D).ub have been added to the package. Now you can have more control over the smallest, deepest well and strongest, (0.7LW) waveguide. The package also allows you to use up to 4 well profiles in a single plot, (1.0LW) instead of using 4 different waveguides. However, I don’t recommend it, because it requires fgl.
Version Information:
Date: 21/07/2011 Version 1.0.1

BOM reports updated for ST2D.uf and ST2D.ub.
Version Information:
Date: 06/07/2011 Version 1.0

You can now use and download new version of the package. This version contains:
– new option for “Star’s guide” in ST2D.ufd plot
– bug fixes
Version Information:
Date: 20/05/2011 Version 1.0

** Bug fix for ST2D.ufd**
Version Information:
Date: 10/05/2011 Version 1.0

This version contains:
– bug fix for ST2D.uw report
– update of the utility package “EP1D.uf”
– more units for the legends in ST2D.uw report
– bug fix for ST2D.ud report
Version Information:
Date: 26/03/2011 Version 1.0

** Bug fix for ST2D.ud report**
Version Information:
Date: 06/03/2011 Version 1.0

This version contains:
– bug fix for ST2D.ud report
Version Information:
Date: 10/02/2011 Version 1.0

** Bug fix for ST2D.ub report**
Version Information:
Date: 22/01/2011 Version 1.0

This version contains:
– bug fix for ST2

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