This directory contains a dump of the UCSC genome annotation database
for the May 2005 Zv5 freeze of the zebrafish genome (UCSC version
danRer2) obtained from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in Cambridge,
UK, the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology in Tuebingen,
Germany, the Netherlands Institute for Developmental Biology
(Hubrecht Laboratory), Utrecht, The Netherlands and Yi Zhou and
Leonard Zon from the Children's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
Files included in this directory (updated nightly):
- *.sql files: the MySQL commands used to create the tables.
To see descriptions of the tables underlying Genome Browser annotation
tracks, select the table in the Table Browser:
and click the "describe table schema" button. There is also a "view
table schema" link on the configuration page for each track.
- *.txt.gz files: the database tables in a tab-delimited format
compressed with gzip.
If you plan to download a large file or multiple files from this
directory, we recommend that you use ftp rather than downloading the
files via our website. To do so, ftp to hgdownload.cse.ucsc.edu, then
go to the directory goldenPath/danRer3/database. To download multiple files,
use the "mget" command:
mget <filename1> <filename2> ...
- or -
mget -a (to download all the files in the directory)
All the annotations in this directory are freely usable for any purpose.
The Zv5 zebrafish sequence data were produced by the Zebrafish Sequencing
Group at the Sanger Institute and can be obtained directly from
ftp://ftp.sanger.ac.uk/pub/zebrafish/. All sequence data are made available
before scientific publication with the understanding that the groups
involved in generating the data intend to publish the initial large-scale
analyses of the dataset. This will include a summary detailing the data that
have beeen generated and key features of the genome identified from genomic
assembly and clone mapping/sequencing. Any redistribution of the data
should carry this notice.
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