Karl,

Zea mays is available for use under the NGS tools. I did notice that it is not available as one of Galaxy's genome/database labels (such as on upload), but this is an oversight that will be corrected ASAP. You can still use the mapping tools in the meantime.


Regards,
Kelly


On Mar 5, 2011, at 3:49 PM, karlerh...@berkeley.edu wrote:


Hello,

I'm interested in using the galaxy tools to analyze some transcriptome
libraries I made of maize seedlings. Would it be possible to upload the
maize reference genome to the galaxy browser?

It's available at the following website:

http://ftp.maizesequence.org/current/

Hope this can be done, would be really exciting!

Thanks,

Karl

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