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In a talk at Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Beyond Genome conference, David Haussler of the University of California, Santa Cruz, stirred some interest with his statement that all three of the public genome browsers may become interaccessible. Currently, the Ensembl browser and the UCSC Golden Path are linked. “Whenever you’re viewing a region of the genome you can jump to that region in the other browser by just clicking,” Haussler says.

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