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Introduction to Genome Browsers
  • Rolando Garcia-Milian, Yale University

In this workshop we will learn how to navigate the genome browsers from NCBI's Genome Workbench, UCSC Genome Browser, and Ensembl. These browsers are valuable tools when identifying, localizing genes, and looking at their information in the genomic context. By using concrete examples, it will be shown how to locate a human gene, download a gene sequence and its upstream sequence, locate Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) and conserved regions, and use the browsers to download results in a batch.

  • genome browser
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Rolando Garcia-Milian. "Introduction to Genome Browsers" (2014)
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