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Visualization for genomics: the Microbial Genome Viewer

Author(s): Kerkhoven R, van Enckevort FH, Boekhorst J, Molenaar D, Siezen RJ

Abstract

Summary: A Web-based visualization tool, the Microbial Genome Viewer, is presented that allows the user to combine complex genomic data in a highly interactive way. This Web tool enables the interactive generation of chromosome wheels and linear genome maps from genome annotation data stored in a MySQL database. The generated images are in scalable vector graphics (SVG) format, which is suitable for creating high-quality scalable images and dynamic Web representations. Gene-related data such as transcriptome and time-course microarray experiments can be superimposed on the maps for visual inspection.

Availability: The Microbial Genome Viewer 1.0 is freely available at http://www.cmbi.kun.nl/MGV

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