Drawing window for global genome rearrangement map. Genomic sequences that are closely related to each other are represented in a straight line at the top and bottom. Many colored line segments that connect the upper and lower line segments are highly homologous in the upper and lower genomes. The color of the line connecting the top and bottom shows the difference in the strength of homology. The line that gathers at one point in the center indicates that this basin is inverted in each other's genome. A small window in the center shows what is displayed when you zoom in on the whole in the navigation window. Screen display and output can be set with the button tools at the top and bottom.
This feature is implemented in the following software editions
Create and draw a genome rearrangement map across the entire length of related species genomes at the feature level.
Compares the total genome length pairwise between the current genome sequence and the selected (several) genome sequences among the related species genome sequences loaded in the current reference directory.
Comparisons with nucleic acid sequences and amino acid sequences are possible. The criteria for determining homology can be changed.
For comparison by amino acid sequence, both genomes must be annotated with CDS.
From the result screen, you can zoom in and out, scroll, pick up homologous lines, display arbitrary feature keys, display non-homologous regions, and display a navigation window.
Result images can be output in PDF / PNG / EMF format. The homology list can be output as a file in CSV format.