NIH Comparative Genomics Resource (CGR)

Maximizing the impact of eukaryotic research organisms

Comparative genomic analyses are a powerful tool for scientific discovery. CGR is an NIH-funded, multi-year NLM project to establish an ecosystem to facilitate reliable comparative genomics analyses for all eukaryotic organisms in collaboration with the genomics community. The project’s vision is to maximize the biomedical impact of eukaryotic research organisms and their genomic data resources to meet emerging research needs for human health. To achieve this, NCBI will provide high-value data and assorted tools compatible with community-provided resources.

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About CGR

Learn how NIH is creating new opportunities for comparative genomics research and amplifying community resources.

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Help shape the future of comparative genomics research. Email cgr@nlm.nih.gov to share your thoughts, participate in a user feedback session, or contribute data or tools.

Data resources

Browse and download sequence and metadata for genomes, genes, proteins and transcripts across eukaryotic organisms.

Analysis tools

Explore and analyze biological sequences and data.

Data quality tools

Improve your assembled genomes prior to submission.