UCSC Genome Browser

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R Bishop
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UCSC Genome Browser

http://genome.ucsc.edu/index.html?org=Mouse&db=mm8&hgsid=79002435

I find this site to be extremely helpful when Im looking for genomic information on unknown mouse or human genes. Also I use it to create exon maps for genes of interest.

Rb

ryan_m
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Yes, UCSC arguably provides

Yes, UCSC arguably provides the top genome browser (for certain genomes). Some might say that the EnsEMBL browser is more functional albeit perhaps a bit less intuitive. I use each for their various strengths and weaknesses (e.g. if you want to do anything in high-throughput, the EnsEMBL API or BioMart utility are extremely useful).

www.ensembl.org

ryan_m
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Has anyone else noticed the

Has anyone else noticed the UCSC browser has been pretty slow (often timing out) over the past few weeks?