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  Mirror Site information for the UCSC Genome Project
 

UCSC supports and maintains the following mirror site that may be used during network or power outages on the UCSC campus:

http://genome.hmgc.mcw.edu/

This site is updated regularly with the latest data and software, and closely replicates the main Genome Browser site. Thanks to the Human and Molecular Genetics Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, for providing this server. Please limit the use of this site to occasions when the UCSC-based site is unavailable.


The following site, sponsored by the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy at Duke University, Durham, N.C., is a regularly maintained mirror that may be used when the UCSC site is unavailable:
http://genome-mirror.duhs.duke.edu/

Thanks to Terry Furey at Duke University for providing and maintaining this mirror.


The Department of Biological Statistics and Computational Biology at Cornell University maintains an up-to-date site that mirrors most of the more recent assemblies available on the UCSC Genome Browser site:
http://genome-mirror.bscb.cornell.edu/
This mirror may contain additional Cornell-generated annotations in addition to the standard UCSC tracks. Many thanks to Adam Siepel at Cornell University for providing this mirror.


The Department of Molecular Medicine (MOMA) at Aarhus University, Denmark, maintains a mirror that may provide better performance for our European users:
http://moma.ki.au.dk/genome-mirror/

Thanks to. Jakob Skou Pedersen for providing and maintaining this mirror.


The Queensland Facility for Advanced Bioinformatics (QFAB), in conjunction with the University of Queensland, Australia, maintains a full mirror that may be used when the UCSC site is unavailable. This mirror is sponsored by the Australian Research Council and may provide better performance for Australasian users:
http://genome.qfab.org
Thanks to QFAB for providing and maintaining this mirror.


  Mirroring the UCSC Genome Browser
 

If you are interested in mirroring the UCSC Genome Browser at your site, see our Mirror Procedures. A license is required for commercial download and/or installation of the Genome Browser binaries and source code. No license is needed for academic, nonprofit, and personal use. To purchase a license, see our License Instructions.

Mirror site questions may be directed to the mailing list genome-mirror@soe.ucsc.edu. Messages sent to this address will be posted to the moderated genome-mirror mailing list, which is archived on a public Web-accessible pipermail archive. This archive may be indexed by non-UCSC sites such as Google.

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