DoubleTwist has released an upgraded version of its Annotated Human Genome Database. The Oakland, Calif.-based company said the updated system incorporates more than 3 billion human DNA base pairs, 500,000 SNPs, and 100,000 STSs.

The database can be accessed through or licensed for on-site installation through DoubleTwist’s Prophecy database and toolkit.

DoubleTwist also released Prophecy Genes, a non-redundant set of human genes that includes summary cards, confidence ratings, and support for each gene prediction.

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