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MultiZ  Multiple alignments were downloaded from the UCSC table browser (Multiple alignments of 14 insects with D. melanogaster, dm3, April 2006, but we restricted these to Drosophila species). We used the Drosophila melanogaster genome and annotations version r5.1 to analyze windows of 2,500 bases around all annotated transcripts. These sequences were used to identify flanking sequences around conserved CANNGT motifs in the five training genes; for the period gene we added the 69-bp enhancer from the species missed in the multiple alignment (Figure 1A and Figure S3A).
The Pathway Tools development kit software (version 10.0) was downloaded from Stanford Research Institute and installed on each of two Sun Fire X4100 servers (2.6 Ghz/1 MB processor; 1 Gb memory; 73 Gb hard drive) running SUSE Linux. One of the servers is devoted to development and curation activities; the second server is the dedicated host for the public instance of the MouseCyc database  and HumanCyc .
A catalog of mouse genes and annotations was downloaded from the MGI FTP site (6 November 2007). The gene annotations included gene name and symbol, EC numbers, Gene Ontology annotations, genome coordinates (for NCBI build 36) and accession identifiers for EntrezGene, UniProt, and MGI. RNA genes and pseudogenes were not included in the annotation file.
This chapter provides an overview of the input and output files needed by the componentsof the UFS SRW Application. Links to more detailed documentation for each of the components (e.g., UFS_UTILS, the UFS Weather Model, and the UPP) are provided in the sections below. For SRW App users who want to jump straight to downloading and staging the required files, see Section 9.3.
The data format for these files can be GRIB2 or NEMSIO. More information on downloading and setting up the external model data can be found in Section 9.3. Once the data is set up, the end-to-end application will run the system and write output files to disk.
Synthetic satellite products for several instruments and channels (e.g., GOES 16/17) may be output through the UPP using the Community Radiative Transfer Model (CRTM). External CRTM coefficient files, available through the UPP stand-alone release, will need to be manually downloaded before running the workflow. These instructions assume that the UPP configuration file (postxconfig-NT-fv3lam.txt) has already been set up to output satellite products using the process described above in Section 18.104.22.168.
The environment variables FIXgsm, TOPO_DIR, and SFC_CLIMO_INPUT_DIR indicate the path to the directories where the static files are located. After downloading the experiment data, users must set the paths to the files in config.yaml. Add the following code to the task_run_fcst: section of the config.yaml file, and alter the variable paths accordingly: 041b061a72