Document details for 'Comparative visualization of genetic and physical maps with Strudel'

Authors Bayer, M., Milne, I., Gordon, S., Shaw, P., Cardle, L., Wright, F. and Marshall, D.
Publication details Bioinformatics 27(9), 1307-1308.
Abstract Data visualization can play a key role in comparative genomics, for example, underpinning the investigation of conserved synteny patterns. Strudel is a desktop application that allows users to easily compare both genetic and physical maps interactively and efficiently. It can handle large datasets from several genomes simultaneously, and allows all-by-all comparisons between these.
Last updated 2013-07-17

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