GeVab is a genome browser for individual diploid genome sequence data. GeVab is meant to provide browsing capability for SNP, SV(structural variation), and indels. As the first genome data, KOREF is used that was publicized in December 2008. GeVab uses NCBI’s reference genome to do comparison analyses. Users can find assembled consensus sequences, sequenced short reads, genetic variations, and relationships between genotype and phenotypes.
Korean Bioinformation Center (KOBIC), KRIBB, South Korea.
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GeVab: a prototype genome variation analysis browsing server.
Kim WY, Kim SY, Kim TH, Ahn SM, Byun HN, Kim D, Kim DS, Lee YS, Ghang H, Park D, Kim BC, Kim C, Lee S, Kim SJ, & Bhak J.
BMC Bioinformatics 10 Suppl 15:S3.