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README.md

Gene Info browser extension

This browser extension allows for the retrieval of gene information directly on a webpage by double clicking on its name, gene ID or accession (Ensembl gene, Ensembl protein, Entrez, neXtProt, RefSeq or UniProt). Double-clicking to retrieve information will work on any webpage with the exception of content that has been embedded in the browser, such as Google Docs or PDF viewers. However, searching for a gene using the input in the extension popup will work even on pages with embedded elements.

View the full documentation.

This extension is developed by the laboratory of Dr. Anne-Claude Gingras at the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute in Toronto, Canada.

If you have a bug to report or would like to request a feature, please use our issue tracker

Adding resources

If you would like to see a resource added to the extension please submit an issue using the "Add my resource" template and provide the requested information. Resources must be:

  • Not for profit
  • Open to the public without login
  • We must be able to download the resource in its entirety as we merge all incorporated databases together to make request processing faster
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