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From  Tue Oct  2 09:32:57 2007
Date: Tue, 02 Oct 2007 09:31:57 -0500
From: Zhiliang Hu <>
To: Multiple Recipients of <>
Subject: What's new on the NAGRP animal genome web site (#3,

What's new on the NAGRP animal genome web site (#3, 2007):

o An "align" box is added to the Animal QTLdb for bringing up the
   QTL/linkage maps against various genomic data types such SNPs,
   new microsatellites, FPC clones, microarray elements, array elements
   etc.  This is an alternative to clicking on individual QTL bars as
   the Java code may not work on some browser versions.
   Example URL:

o Frequently asked questions on Animal QTLdb is updated with three more
   items.  These new items are to provide hints on how to "zoom", how to
   get a "manageable chromosomal view", etc.

o Data update into QTLdb: A new PubMed search tool is recently added
   to the Curator/Editor tools, with which a curator can easily bring
   a new publication into the database for curation upon review.

   For new QTL data that are not covered by PubMed, we encourage users
   to inform us the new data source, or better yet, you can register
   to be a curator and enter the new QTL data yourself

o Minor allele frequencies are shown for SNPs aligned on cattle QTL maps
   [NOTE: Access from the QTL maps -- please choose the SNP alignment to
   "bovine genome"]

o A new bulletin form is created within the AnGenMap membership management
   tool set, for members to easily submit their post to the AnGenMap mailing
   list, especially for those who encounter repeated listserv complains
   about having "HTML" or "attachments" in your email and are frustrated as
   how to correct the problem.

o The AnGenMap FAQ is updated with more answers to questions.  Hopefully
   users will find the information helpful for easily use the AnGenMap.

Check out "what's new" page for more up-to-date information on the

NAGRP Bioinfo Team



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