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This resource organizes information on genomes including sequences, maps, chromosomes, assemblies, and annotations.
UCSC Genome Browser Home
On June 22, 2000, UCSC and the other members of the International Human Genome Project consortium completed the first working draft of the human genome assembly, forever ensuring free public access to the genome and the information it contains.
Genome | Definition of Genome at Dictionary.com
Genome definition, a full set of chromosomes; all the inheritable traits of an organism. See more.
UCSC Genome Browser Gateway
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Animal Genome Size Database:: Home
Welcome to the Animal Genome Size Database, Release 2.0, a comprehensive catalogue of animal genome size data. Haploid DNA contents (C-values, in picograms) are currently available for 6222 species (3793 vertebrates and 2429 non-vertebrates) based on 8004 records from 786 published sources.You can navigate the database using the menu on the left. New features in Release 2.0 include enhanced ...
Genome Alberta is a publicly funded not-for-profit corporation that initiates, funds, and manages genomics research and partnerships.
Visual Genome is a dataset, a knowledge base, an ongoing effort to connect structured image concepts to language.
DNA Sequencing Costs: Data | NHGRI - genome.gov
For many years, the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) has tracked the costs associated with DNA sequencing performed at the sequencing centers funded by the Institute.
Pharmacogenomics FAQ | NHGRI - genome.gov
Yes. Besides improving the ways in which existing drugs are used, genome research will lead to the development of better drugs. The goal is to produce new drugs that are highly effective and do not cause serious side effects.
MBGD: Microbial Genome Database for Comparative Analysis
Welcome to MBGD. MBGD is a database for comparative analysis of completely sequenced microbial genomes, the number of which is now growing rapidly. The aim of MBGD is to facilitate comparative genomics from various points of view such as ortholog identification, paralog clustering, motif analysis and gene order comparison. References: Nucleic Acids Res. 47:D382-D389 (2019)