Check out the paper “WormBase in 2022—data, processes, and tools for analyzing Caenorhabditis elegans” to read about new data and tools and the latest updates. Also, see guidelines for citing WormBase here.
If you’d like to read about the latest developments at WormBase—literature curation efforts, features about the web interface, data mining options for users, and how WormBase as a founding member, interacts with the Alliance of Genome Resources to aid in cross-species data comparisons, check out our paper in Nucleic Acids Research.
due to the new WormBase web interface (preview it on Beta WormBase) scaling dynamically with demand and location of requests, dedicated permanent mirror sites will become obsolete as soon as the new infrastructure is deployed.
As part of this, wormbase.sanger.ac.uk will be retired on the 25th November 2011.