This track shows known protein-coding and non-protein-coding genes
for organisms other than mouse, taken from the NCBI RNA reference
sequences collection (RefSeq). The data underlying this track are
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The color shading indicates the level of review the RefSeq record has
undergone: predicted (light), provisional (medium), reviewed (dark).
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The RNAs were aligned against the mouse genome using blat; those with an
alignment of less than 15% were discarded. At least 40 bases must be aligned
to DNA that is not repeat masked. When a single RNA aligned in multiple places,
the alignment having the highest base identity was identified. Only alignments
having a base identity level within 1.0% of the best and at least 35% base
identity with the genomic sequence were kept.
This track was produced at UCSC from RNA sequence data
generated by scientists worldwide and curated by the
NCBI RefSeq project.
BLAT--the BLAST-like alignment tool.
Genome Res. 2002 Apr;12(4):656-64.
PMID: 11932250; PMC: PMC187518