We are pleased to announce our fourth data release for the coronavirus genome browser. (See also our first, second, and third releases)

In line with our previous releases, these tracks include diverse data such as gene models, immunology, pathogenicity, and conservation. We would also like to bring attention to our recently released COVID-19 GWAS tracks for the GRCh37/hg19 and GRCh38/hg38 human assemblies. The COVID-19 GWAS track displays data which aims to identify genetic determinants of SARS-CoV-2 infection susceptibility and disease severity.

Clicking on any of the track titles below will lead to the track description page, which includes additional information and allows for configuration of various display options.

This release includes the following tracks:

We would like to thank the publication authors De Maio et al, Gussow et al, Pond et al, Starr et al, Sun et al, and Turakhia et al for making these data available. We would also like to thank Rob Lanfear, Irwin Jungreis, Qiangfeng Cliff Zhang, Jason Fernandes, Santrupti Nerli, Bjoern Peters, the Bloom Lab, the Weizmann Institute of Science and the GISAID Initiative.

These tracks are made possible due to the worldwide efforts of scientists, including the Genome Browser team. Will will continue to provide SARS-COVID-2 resources as they become available. For the latest data, see our development site. Note that content on our preview server has not undergone our QA process, and is subject to change at any time.

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