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New datasets available for viewing on JBrowse/Web Apollo

We have several new datasets available for viewing on our genome browsers:

Diaphorina citri: Several new RNA-Seq datasets are available. There are also new mapped results from proteomics data generated by John Ramsey, Surya Saha and Michelle Cilia.

Hyallela azteca: Helen Poynton's group has mapped results from some recent RNA-Seq experiments to the genome.

Blatella germanica: Kim Walden has aligned published RNA-Seq data to the genome; you can view the tracks here. Additionally, new RNA-Seq data from NCSU are also available for viewing.

Frankliniella occidentalis: Dorith Rotenburg's group has generated a new transcriptome assembly with cufflinks.