Question: Ucsc Human Conservation Scores
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7.5 years ago by
Eric90 wrote:

I am using GenomeGraphs and want to plot conservation scores alongside human gene regions. In the vignette, they use yeastCons1. Where would I get the equivalent for human?


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Alex Reynolds31k
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Alex Reynolds31k wrote:

There are three phastCons file sets for hg19, representing three different alignment types: vertebrate, primate and placental mammal.

The vertebrate alignment aligns 45 species against human; the primate and placental mammal align subsets of the vertebrate species to human.

You'll find these in the Comparative Genomics group in the UCSC Genome Browser, under "Conservation".

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