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By Wolfsberg Tyra G., Wetterstrand Kris A., Guyer Mark S., Collins Francis S., Baxevanis Andreas D.

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The result of the search on AGPS is shown in Fig. 1. In the main figure are a series of ‘tracks’, which are labeled along the left-hand side. The Known Gene track is for AGPS, corresponding to the query. Clicking on AGPS returns a summary of information on that gene, including the full name of the protein product (alkylglycerone phosphate synthase precursor), a link to the GeneCards database at the Weizmann Institute20 and links to the translated protein, mRNA and genomic sequences. Focus now on the track labeled Mouse Translated Blat Alignments.

Select the Dec. 2001 version of the UCSC genome assembly, type the gene symbol ‘AGPS’ into the position box, and then click Submit. On the resulting page, follow the link for AGPS in the Known Genes section. The result of the search on AGPS is shown in Fig. 1. In the main figure are a series of ‘tracks’, which are labeled along the left-hand side. The Known Gene track is for AGPS, corresponding to the query. Clicking on AGPS returns a summary of information on that gene, including the full name of the protein product (alkylglycerone phosphate synthase precursor), a link to the GeneCards database at the Weizmann Institute20 and links to the translated protein, mRNA and genomic sequences.

The OMIM entry page for the ADAM2 protein is shown in Fig. 4. The page is fully hyperlinked to PubMed, GenBank and other related databases. com/naturegenetics catalog of human genes and genetic disorders developed by Victor McKusick at The Johns Hopkins University. OMIM provides the user with concise textual information from the published literature on most human disorders with a genetic basis, and links back to the primary literature as appropriate. 4 32 supplement to nature genetics • september 2002 user’s guide Question 5 Given a fragment of mRNA sequence, how would one find where that piece of DNA mapped in the human genome?

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