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  • Coding exon vs All exons

    Hi Everyone,

    The UCSC genome browser allows us to download all exonic regions. There are several options which affect the output, including:

    "Exons plus "
    "Coding exons"
    etc

    The exons+ options returns all exonic regions--even UTR regions. Can anyone tell me if the coding exons option is a complete subset of the exon plus option output?


    Joe White

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