Thank you for your question about accessing data in the UCSC Genome Browser.
I would recommend exploring the data available in the Genome Browser to find the tracks that contain the data that you are interested in. Once you've identified these tracks, you can use the Table Browser
to download the data for them. If you have the genomic positions of your genes (e.g chrX:151,283,001-151,290,000), you can use the Table Browser's "define regions" option to specify them. Here are some video tutorials that may be of interest to you:
The Data Integrator
may also be of interest to you. It allows you to intersect up to five tracks from the Genome Browser and output arbitrary columns from each of the tracks. This video explains how to use the Data Integrator: https://youtu.be/8ATcoDTOc0g
. This answer
to an old mailing list question may also provide some help with using the Data Integrator to extract data as well.
If you're new to using the Genome Browser, these three videos should give you a good introduction to using it and navigating around:
UCSC Cell Browser, Quality Assurance and Data Wrangler
Human Cell Atlas, User Experience Researcher
UCSC Genome Browser, User Support
UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute
Revealing life’s code.