Accessing NCBI data using the NCBI Sequence Viewer and Genome Data Viewer (GDV)

Sanjida H. Rangwala, Anatoliy Kuznetsov, Victor Ananiev, Andrea Asztalos, Evgeny Borodin, Vladislav Evgeniev, Victor Joukov, Vadim Lotov, Ravinder Pannu, Dmitry Rudnev, Andrew Shkeda, Eric M Weitz (+1 others)
2020 Genome Research  
The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) is an archive providing free access to a wide range and large volume of biological sequence data and literature. Staff scientists at NCBI analyze user-submitted data in the archive, producing gene and SNP annotation and generating sequence alignment tools. NCBI's flagship genome browser, Genome Data Viewer (GDV), displays our in-house RefSeq annotation, is integrated with other NCBI resources such as Gene, dbGaP, and BLAST, and provides a
more » ... platform for customized analysis and visualization. Here, we describe how members of the biomedical research community can use GDV and the related NCBI Sequence Viewer (SV) to access, analyze, and disseminate NCBI and custom biomedical sequence data. In addition, we report how users can add SV to their own web pages to create a custom graphical sequence display without the need for infrastructure investments or back-end deployments.
doi:10.1101/gr.266932.120 pmid:33239395 pmcid:PMC7849379 fatcat:mx7haygquja3xhrdp2vntshl3q