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Software: SynteBase/SynteView: a tool to visualize gene order conservation in prokaryotic genomes
Submitted by Bernard Labedan; posted on Tuesday, December 23, 2008 (1 comment)
Gene order is rapidly lost in prokaryotic genomes. However, persistent synteny blocks are found when comparing more or less distant species. These genes that remain consistently adjacent are appealing candidates for the study of genome evolution and a more accurate definition of their functional role. Such studies require visualizing conserved synteny blocks in a large number of genomes.

SynteView is an Open Source software that is designed to visualize conserved synteny blocks in a large number of genomes after choosing one of them as a reference. SynteView functions with pre-computed comparison data stored either in SynteBase or in a home-made relational database of personal data.

AVAILABILITY:
SynteView is accessible through Java Webstart at http://www.synteview.u-psud.fr.

ARTICLE:
See complete information in an Open Access article:
Lemoine F., Labedan B. & Lespinet O. 2008. SynteBase/SynteView, a tool to visualizing gene order conservation in prokaryotic genomes. BMC Bioinformatics, 9:536

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
More help can be found at [link]

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Cool!
Submitted by Dan Bolser; posted on Monday, January 05, 2009
Can you add it here: http://MetaDatabase.Org :-D



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Cool!
Submitted by Dan Bolser; posted on Monday, January 05, 2009
Can you add it here: http://MetaDatabase.Org :-D

 

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