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Access to Genes and Genomes with the UCSC Genome Browser 2012



The CNIO Bioinformatics Unit is organising a sixth course on genome browsing with the UCSC Genome Browser, to be held on Wednesday, December 5th 2012.

The course is limited to 15 persons. Please contact us (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) in advance if you wish to attend the course.





Access to Genes and Genomes with the UCSC Genome Browser 2012


Osvaldo Graña, CNIO Bioinformatics Unit
Wednesday, December 5th 2012 
   
Course Poster The UCSC Genome Browser resource contains the reference public DNA sequences and working draft assemblies for human and a large collection of other genomes.

Learn about the ENCODE Project, ENCyclopedia of DNA Elements, an international consortium of researchers who are moving beyond the basic information of the reference genome sequence. Researchers are using many cutting-edge technologies to learn as much as possible about variations, genes, non-coding transcripts, regulatory elements, and genome structure and more, in extensive detail across the entire genome.

The ENCODE project is coordinated by the NHGRI. The UCSC Genome Browser is the designated Data Coordination Center (DCC), for the ENCODE project, and the official ENCODE data repository.





Course Agenda (Legado Clotilde Jiménez room, 3rd floor)
       
  • 9:00 Introduction to the UCSC Genome Browser (basic searches, understanding displays)

  • 9:45 Get details of sequences, sequence searches (BLAT)

  • 10:45 Coffee break

  • 11:15 Hands-on exercises (using the browser)

  • 12:00 Table Browser and Custom Tracks

  • 13:00 Lunch

  • 14:00 Hands-on exercises

  • 14:45 Encode data types, browsing and downloading Encode data

  • 15:45 Coffee break

  • 16:00 Hands-on exercises

  • 17:30 Finish

[UCSC Genome Browser introduction]  [Table Browser and Custom Tracks]  [Encode data section]  [Exercises, section 1]  [Exercises, section 2] [Exercises, section 3]




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