Figure 4

Figure 4. Output from the Remap service. Top panel. Results of projecting gene locations from human build 36 onto build 37. The output provides downloadable results in the form of spreadsheets (Mapping Report and Annotation Data). Annotation data are also available in a format that can be loaded into NCBI’s Genome Workbench, a standalone sequence analysis and annotation platform. Bottom panel. Mapping Report from Clinical Remap showing the projection of variations onto RefSeqGene records. The Clinical Remap Service also produces the Summary Data, Annotation Data and Genome Workbench files.

From: NCBI News, April 2012

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