The UCSC Genome Browser Database: update 2009

@inproceedings{Kuhn2009TheUG,
  title={The UCSC Genome Browser Database: update 2009},
  author={Robert M. Kuhn and Donna Karolchik and Ann S. Zweig and Ting Wang and Kayla E. Smith and Kate R. Rosenbloom and Brooke L. Rhead and Brian J. Raney and Andy Pohl and Michael Pheasant and Laurence R. Meyer and Fan Hsu and Angela S. Hinrichs and Rachel A. Harte and Belinda Giardine and Pauline A. Fujita and Mark Diekhans and Timothy R. Dreszer and Hiram Clawson and Galt P. Barber and David Haussler and W. James Kent},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2009}
}
The UCSC Genome Browser Database (GBD, http://genome.ucsc.edu) is a publicly available collection of genome assembly sequence data and integrated annotations for a large number of organisms, including extensive comparative-genomic resources. In the past year, 13 new genome assemblies have been added, including two important primate species, orangutan and marmoset, bringing the total to 46 assemblies for 24 different vertebrates and 39 assemblies for 22 different invertebrate animals. The GBD… CONTINUE READING
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