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By Wolfsberg Tyra G., Wetterstrand Kris A., Guyer Mark S., Collins Francis S., Baxevanis Andreas D.

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The resulting page shows one entry, corresponding to accession number BG334944. To retrieve this sequence in FASTA format (a common format for bioinformatics programs), change the pulldown menu on this page to FASTA and then press Text (Fig. 1). A new web page containing only the sequence, in FASTA format, is produced (Fig. 2); copy the resulting sequence. To determine where this sequence maps within the genome, use UCSC’s BLAT tool8. edu. From this page, select Human from the Organism pull-down menu in the blue bar on the side of the page, and then click Blat.

Therefore: • the first line of the above format sets the browser to position 38496887–39496866 on chromosome 22. • the next six ‘browser’ lines change the overall browser display for the Chromosome Band, STS Markers, Gap, Coverage, Known Genes and Human mRNAs tracks. The formatted text must contain the symbolic name for each track rather than the name listed on the web page display. 1. Compared with the default settings (Fig. 1), the Chromosome Band, STS Markers, Gap and Coverage tracks have all been hidden, and Human mRNAs is dense rather than full (Fig.

4. Lines that begin with the word ‘browser’ control the overall browser display. Lines beginning with ‘track’ create new tracks. Lines following track lines provide positional information for each item to be displayed on that track. Therefore: • the first line of the above format sets the browser to position 38496887–39496866 on chromosome 22. • the next six ‘browser’ lines change the overall browser display for the Chromosome Band, STS Markers, Gap, Coverage, Known Genes and Human mRNAs tracks.

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