In other words, are NCBI37 and hg19 synonymous? I can't find much information for what NCBI37 is in a human (not mouse) genome.
Relevant line from VCF:
Note: I've also asked this here
Don't cross-post, especially on weekends. It looks like you're in a hurry and you don't care about annoying multiple communities.
If you go to the GRCh37 page at NCBI you will see that hg19 is a synonym (mostly used by UCSC as I recall): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/assembly/GCF_000001405.13/
Genome Reference Consortium Human Build 37 (GRCh37)
Homo sapiens (human)
Genome Reference Consortium
Mitochondrial genome has some differences according to the past thread: what is the difference between GRCh37 and hg19 ?
I know GRCh37 is synonymous (with minor differences) with hg19. However, I'm wondering if NCBI37 is synonymous with GRCh37 and hg19. Maybe it's obvious that NCBI37 refers to GRCh37, but I haven't seen it referred to as NCBI37 before today.
NCBI did not use GRCm37 designation for mouse genome build. As you can see from the table below that can be found here:
NCBI37 should be human genome.
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