Hello Rabab,

If you click on the pencil icon for a dataset, on the first tab's form "Attributes", the Database/Build pull-down menu has a genome listed named:


Homo sapiens (hg19 with mtDNA replaced with rCRS) (Homo_sapiens_nuHg19_mtrCRS)

This is also available as a built-in reference genome for most, if not all, tools on the public Main instance and can also be obtained through the rsync server for local instance use.
http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Admin/Data%20Integration#Get_the_data

Hopefully this helps,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 7/3/13 8:46 AM, rabab khairat wrote:

Dear Galaxy,
Before the new modifications, i was using hg19 human genome with the rCRS mitochondrial genome for mapping. but now i can't recognize it from the hg19 genomes in the genomes drop-down list.
could you please help me, which one is with rCRS.
my kind regards

Rabab Khairat




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