Hello Daniel,

Currently this is not possible through the Galaxy UI, but is is an excellent functionality suggestion that our team has been considering implementing.


As a work-around for now, all of the genomes in Galaxy come from external public sources: UCSC and others. The genome name/annotation tags should help you to find the source we used. If there is a particular genome that you are having trouble finding, please let us know and we can provide a direct pointer.

For future data questions, the mailing list galaxy-user@lists.bx.psu.edu would be a good choice.
http://lists.bx.psu.edu/listinfo/galaxy-user

Thanks for using Galaxy!

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 3/10/11 5:53 AM, Michael E. Steiper wrote:
Hi All,

I have a general question about CpG masking.  I have a .maf file, when
I use the maf to fasta tool, it gives me an alignment of 2,735,329 bp.
  But if I CpG mask the .maf file (restricted definition) then I use
the maf to fasta tool, I get a very different alignment length,
5,572,544 bp.  It would be great to know what is the cause of these
differences.

THANKS!

Mike
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