GC Percent in 5-Base Windows (gc5Base)
 

Position: scaffold_149545.1-136892:5,020-5,096

Total Bases in view: 77

Statistics on: 75 bases (% 97.4026 coverage)

Database: tupBel1 Table: gc5Base
Chrom Data
start
Data
end
# of Data
values
Each data
value spans
# bases
Bases
covered
Minimum Maximum Range Mean Variance Standard
deviation
scaffold_149545.1-136892 5021 5095 15 5 75 (97.40%) 0 79.5276 79.5276 40.9974 483.465 21.9878

15 data values in this window view
chromosomechromStartchromEnddataValue
scaffold_149545.1-1368925020502579.528
scaffold_149545.1-1368925025503019.685
scaffold_149545.1-1368925030503559.843
scaffold_149545.1-1368925035504059.843
scaffold_149545.1-1368925040504519.685
scaffold_149545.1-1368925045505039.370
scaffold_149545.1-1368925050505559.843
scaffold_149545.1-1368925055506059.843
scaffold_149545.1-1368925060506539.370
scaffold_149545.1-1368925065507019.685
scaffold_149545.1-1368925070507559.843
scaffold_149545.1-136892507550800.000
scaffold_149545.1-1368925080508539.370
scaffold_149545.1-1368925085509039.370
scaffold_149545.1-1368925090509519.685
compressed data has resolution of + or - 0.781
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Data last updated at UCSC: 2006-12-21

Description

The GC percent track shows the percentage of G (guanine) and C (cytosine) bases in 5-base windows. High GC content is typically associated with gene-rich areas.

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Credits

The data and presentation of this graph were prepared by Hiram Clawson.