UCSC Genome Browser - a home for all organisms

For 14 years the UCSC Genome Browser has been providing a visual display for genomic data from a large number of sequenced animals, now numbering 157 assemblies of more than 90 organisms. This workshop will demonstrate the Browser and a selected set of the most useful accompanying utilities: The Table Browser provides an intuitive interface on the massive underlying database; the Comparative Genomics datasets allow cross-species comparisons of mRNA and genomic alignments; custom tracks allow easily uploaded user data; and the Assembly Hubs mechanism allows anyone with sequence to display their organism on the UCSC platform
Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Time: 10:30 AM-12:40 PM
Room: Royal Palm Salon 1,2,3
Robert Kuhn and Pauline Fujita
10:30 AM
UCSC Genome Browser - a Home for All Organisms
Robert Kuhn, U California Santa Cruz

11:30 AM
UCSC Genome Browser - a Home for All Organisms
Pauline Fujita, University of California Santa Cruz

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