Downloads and Upgrades: UCSC Genome Browser, RefSeq 60, and Cancer Genome Analysis Suite | GenomeWeb

The genome browser group at the University of California, Santa Cruz has added epigenomics data from the European BLUEPRINT epigenome project to the UCSC browser via its public hubs function.

The dataset currently contains 8 DNase-seq, 48 DNA methylation, 170 Histone modification, and 24 RNA-seq tracks, focused on displaying variation in human monocyte and neutrophil cells from 7 adult blood and 4 cord blood samples.

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