Figure 4.

Example of part of a "Text View" web results page for CNEs in the vicinity of the SOX21 gene in Fugu. The two top bars represent keys to data within the table relating to genomes in which CNEs are conserved, conservation scores and functional annotation. Links through names/pictures relating to all vertebrate genomes currently within CONDOR allow users to filter the CNEs by those conserved in a specific genome or to view the chromosomal locations of the CNEs in that genome. Main table shows data and features of each CNE in the region. The sequence data includes CNE identifier, location, position with relation to reference gene, length, conservation etc. CNE features shown also include the LPC score (a composite score that takes both the length and conservation of the element into consideration), whether a CNE is duplicated elsewhere in the genome (referred to as a dCNE or duplicated CNE [29]), whether the CNE has an in vivo annotation associated with it (and the general result of that annotation), and what vertebrate genomes it is conserved in.

Woolfe et al. BMC Developmental Biology 2007 7:100   doi:10.1186/1471-213X-7-100
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