Everyone Needs a Hand with Genome Browsers | GenomeWeb

Open Helix bloggers and a UCSC scientist have published a review of the UCSC Genome Browser, appearing in Biotechnology Annual Review. Here, they describe the different types of annotated sequence data, complex database queries, and associated tools available at the site. There are also extra training materials at the UCSC Genome Browser tutorial landing page.


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