Hello Benjy,

I see that your post to the UCSC genome browser mailing list was answered:

Just so you know, the output from any of these queries can be added as datasets into Galaxy quite easily:
 1. Staring in Galaxy, use the tool "Get Data ->  UCSC Main table browser" to open a Table browser session
 2. Start a the UCSC Genome browser and before submitting the query, check the "send to Galaxy" box.


Galaxy team

On 11/3/13 5:57 PM, Benjamin Osei-agyeman wrote:

I am very new to the UCSC browser, I want to find the number of coding and non coding exons for the gene S100A2 using hg19 gene symbol? Also how do I find the disease associated with this gene?

Thanks in advance


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