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Old 06-15-2011, 02:07 AM   #1
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Default Visualizing microsats on a genome

Hello everyone,

Does anybody know of a way that can be used to visually represent a large number of microsat markers in a genome? I have a large number of microsats (~20000) on the mouse genome, and I want to produce a figure showing a subset of them on the genome.

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If you just want to represent the microsatellite regions on the chromosome positions you could use the genome graph function of the UCSC Genome Browser:

you can upload a list of regions and it displays your data along the genome. Maybe that's what you're looking for...
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