As we previously announced, we planned to retire the UniGene web pages at the end of July, 2019. All UniGene pages now redirect to this post. We have also removed links to UniGene from the NCBI home page and other resources.
Although the web pages are no longer available, you will still be able to download the final UniGene builds as static content from the FTP site. You will also be able to match UniGene cluster numbers to Gene records by searching Gene with UniGene cluster numbers. For best results, restrict to the “UniGene Cluster Number” field rather than all fields in Gene. For example, a search with Mm.2108[UniGene Cluster Number] finds the mouse transthyretin Gene record (Ttr). You can use the advanced search page to help construct these searches. Keep in mind that the Gene record contains selected Reference Sequences and GenBank mRNA sequences rather than the larger set of expressed sequences in the UniGene cluster.
Please write to us with any comments, concerns, or if you need help using UniGene data.
4 thoughts on “The UniGene web pages are now retired”
Where should I check in which tissues one protein express? I usually use the UniGene database.
You can use the Human Protein Atlas
are u serious????????
Where should I check in which tissues one gene of wheat express ? I usually use the UniGene database.