Hello James,

I'll post this to the galaxy-user list for you. Next time, just send an email to "galaxy-u...@bx.psu.edu" to post a question/request. GMOD supports a searchable archive, but it is not a forum. You can follow the discussion there or join the mailing list to receive content:


We could add this genome to the working list, but it would likely be some time before the genome would be added. A better method of using new genomes, especially smaller genomes, is to load them into your history and use them from there with Galaxy's tools (most support this option). You can even create your own visualization with the GTB (Galaxy Track Browser) with a custom genome.

To load the genome, use FTP as described here:

  Tool tutorials -> Using FTP

And more about the GTB is discussed here:

Hopefully this helps,


Galaxy team

On 9/28/11 2:54 PM, jsm...@utm.edu wrote:
Dear Ms. Jackson,

I tried to post this on the discussion board but GMOD won't let me start a new 
topic? so please accept my apologies for the direct contact.

I was wondering how hard it would be to add the Rhodobacter capsulatus genome 
to the drop-down list?

There's actually two (the chromosome&  a large plasmid):
Plasmid: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/CP001313.1
Genome: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/CP001312.1

Thanks for your help/advice with this.

James Smart

Jennifer Jackson
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