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- Thank you for using
- Added mirRNAs to database and interface. They are displayed similarly to genes.
- A new quick search feature has been added in addition to viewing annotated FASTA sequences. See how to search for detailed instructions.
- Performance has been enhanced resulting in decreased wait times when retrieving and rendering genes and genomic regions.
- Users can now copy 600bps of annotated sequence on both sides of a polymorphism for assay design by clicking on the "view annotated sequence" link in the 'derived info' section of the polymorphism detail window.
- Genewindow is now current with NCBI genome build 37.2 and dbSNP build 132.
- Users can now filter SNPs by dbSNP submitter (e.g. HapMap SNPs) or by frequency.
- Polymorphism details now reflect CGR data separated from dbSNP's data.