Genome Browser

Makes genomic data accessible. In addition to the genome sequence, it displays comparisons between species, experimental evidence of expression (transcripts and peptides), alignments and trees, sequence variations/mutations, in silico predictions of protein domains, among many other features.

If you are not familiar with what a genome browser is we recommend you watch this Ensembl video first:

In the VectorBase video below, other tutorials are mentioned including:

If you want to discuss any issues raised in this tutorial then please contact the help desk.

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