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Region comparison

The top panels are similar to the chromosome diagram and gene map at the top of the Region in Detail view in the Location tab. More than one species can be compared in the panels.

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The top panels are similar to the chromosome diagram and gene map at the top of the Region in Detail view in the Location tab. More than one species can be compared in the panels.

Region overview

A customisable, zoomed-out region of a 1MB or higher region of the chromosome (compared with Region in Detail which limits to a 1MB region or less). Genes and structural variations are shown by default. Other data tracks can be added using the Configure this page tool button at the left.

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A customisable, zoomed-out region of a 1MB or higher region of the chromosome (compared with Region in Detail which limits to a 1MB region or less). Genes and structural variations are shown by default. Other data tracks can be added using the Configure this page tool button at the left.

Chromosome

A zoomed-in view of a chromosome is shown, including graphical displays of known and novel genes, percent of GC repeats, and variation density. Click on the chromosome to zoom in to Region in Detail. Add your own annotation to one chromosome, or a

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A zoomed-in view of a chromosome is shown, including graphical displays of known and novel genes, percent of GC repeats, and variation density. Click on the chromosome to zoom in to Region in Detail. Add your own annotation to one chromosome, or a

Gene ontology

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Orthologues view

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Whole genome

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Splice variants

This view shows all spliced transcripts for a gene, including EST transcripts and ncRNAs (non-coding RNAs).

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This view shows all spliced transcripts for a gene, including EST transcripts and ncRNAs (non-coding RNAs).

Protein - Sequence

A protein sequence corresponding to one transcript is shown. For more isoforms and splice variants, go to the Gene Summary view by clicking on the Gene tab.

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A protein sequence corresponding to one transcript is shown. For more isoforms and splice variants, go to the Gene Summary view by clicking on the Gene tab.

Protein summary

One protein is shown as a purple bar, with alternating shades of light and dark purple reflecting alternating exons. Below that, domains and motifs from multiple projects are mapped along the protein. Click on any motif to find the corresponding amino acid positions on the protein, along with

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One protein is shown as a purple bar, with alternating shades of light and dark purple reflecting alternating exons. Below that, domains and motifs from multiple projects are mapped along the protein. Click on any motif to find the corresponding amino acid positions on the protein, along with

Exons - Sequence view

Exons, introns and flanking sequence are shown for one

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Exons, introns and flanking sequence are shown for one

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