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NLM’s NCBI is introducing the Comparative Genome Viewer (CGV), an easy-to-use visualization tool that helps you quickly compare eukaryotic genome assemblies and easily identify genomic changes that may be significant to biology and evolution. With the new CGV you can view and compare the alignment between two assemblies to see differences in genomic sequence and … Continue reading Introducing the Comparative Genome Viewer (CGV) beta release
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Join NLM’s NCBI at the virtual CollaborationFest on July 15 from 08:00 – 11:00 CDT and 12:00 – 16:00 CDT following the BOSC 2022 conference. Get an in-depth orientation and opportunity to test the capabilities of Datasets and ElasticBLAST. What is Datasets? Datasets is a new resource that lets you easily gather data from across … Continue reading Try out Datasets and ElasticBLAST at the BOSC 2022 CoFest!