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Old 11-21-2014, 03:16 AM   #1
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Does anyone knows where can i find senseless regions in BED file format. I know where masked genomes can be downloaded, but i need only regions that should be masked in BED format. Im interested in hg19.

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Should be able to get that from UCSC Table browser. Select "hg19" then "repeats" under group and then an appropriate track. Export the data in BED format.
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Should be able to get that from UCSC Table browser. Select "hg19" then "repeats" under group and then an appropriate track. Export the data in BED format.
Thanks a lot!
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