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Human(hg18)/Tetraodon (Feb. 2004 (Genoscope 7/tetNig1)) Evolutionary Conserved Regions   (All Comparative Genomics tracks)

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Data last updated at UCSC: 2006-04-04


This track shows Evolutionary Conserved Regions computed by the Exofish program at Genoscope. Each singleton block corresponds to an "ecore"; two blocks connected by a thin line correspond to an "ecotig", a set of colinear ecores in a syntenic region.


Genome-wide sequence comparisons were done at the protein-coding level between the genome sequences of human, Homo sapiens, and Tetraodon (green spotted pufferfish), Tetraodon nigroviridis, to detect evolutionarily conserved regions (ECORES).


Thanks to Olivier Jaillon at Genoscope for contributing the data.