The Gviewer window displays a genome-wide view of the chromosomes with associated genes (triangles) and QTLs (bars) annotated to the selected categories.
||1. The species displayed is selected in the upper left and is presented in black and white.
2. Colored syntenies (shown) for the other two species can be selected at the right. Mousing over a gene or QTL marker will display its name. Shift+clicking on them links out to the report page for that object in a new tab.
3. Mousing over a chromosome gives the chromosome number, cursor position base pair coordinates, and p or q arm coordinates. In synteny displays (shown), the last value is replaced by the chromosome to which that region is syntenic.
4. Clicking on a chromosome isolates it in the field. Mousing over gene and QTL markers now gives coordinates as well as name. Right clicking on the ideogram above the chromosome allows zooming in or out. Reclicking the chromosome returns to the full genome display.
5. Region handles to the left of the chromosome can be dragged to select a desired region. Clicking on the green bracketed bar will display that region in the rat Gbrowse tool in a new tab.
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