Mammalian Gene Collection (MGC), a trans-NIH initiative, is to provide researchers with unrestricted access to sequence-validated full-length protein-coding (FL-CDS) cDNA clones for human, mouse, and rat genes. In 2005, the project added the cow cDNAs generated by Genome Canada.
The UCSC Genome Browser, a Web-based tool that provides a fast, easy way to display a specific region of a genome assembly, along with dozens of aligned annotation tracks. The browser features data from a large collection of vertebrates, model organisms, and selected invertebrate genomes.
Genecensus, is a database for comparative genomics, provides a resource for investigating different aspects of the genome and a reference point for analysis. One overview method of genome comparison is through the use of clusterings or phylogenetic trees based on different characteristics that relate the organisms. The GeneCensus Tree Server allows for a convenient online view for constructed trees and also acts as a tool for comparing trees to different standards.
The Catalog is a quality controlled, manually curated, literature-derived collection of all published genome-wide association studies assaying at least 100,000 SNPs and all SNP-trait associations with p-values < 1.0 x 10^-5.
The Catalog also publishes the iconic GWAS diagram of all SNP-trait associations, with p-values ≤ 5.0 x 10^-8, mapped onto the human genome by chromosomal locations and displayed on the human karyotype.