As the previous post says, we released Atlas 1.0.2. In addition to the memory usage fix discussed below, and to major autocompletion speed-ups (we switched from using Solr's prefix faceting to our own prefix tree-based implementation), we improved how you can link to the Atlas now.
To link to Atlas Gene Pages, you can use the following URL format:
Valid identifiers are, at the moment, the following:
- embl - EMBL IDs
- ensgene - Ensembl Gene IDs
- ensprotein - Ensembl Protein IDs
- enstranscript - Ensembl Transcript IDs
- goid - Gene Ontology IDs
- interproid - InterPro IDs
- locuslink - Entrez Gene IDs (formerly LocusLink)
- omimid - OMIM IDs
- refseq - RefSeq IDs
- unigene - UniGene IDs
- uniprot - UniProt Accessions
- dbxref - A mixed bag of various external identifiers, primarily MGI IDs.
This file is automatically generated with every data release. Where an identifier links to a single gene, e.g., UniProt accession Q8IZT6, the link http://www.ebi.ac.uk/microarray-as/atlas/gene?gid=Q8IZT6 goes directly to the respective gene page. If the chosen identifier is linked to a group of genes - an InterPro or a Gene Ontology ID, say, then the link will go to the gene expression summary Heatmap View, e.g., for "phosphopyruvate hydratase complex", GO:0000015, the link is http://www.ebi.ac.uk/microarray-as/atlas/gene?gid=GO:0000015