Gene Sequence Viewer
You can get to the Gene Sequence Viewer from the Protein Page by clicking either the gene track, or the View nucleotide and 3-frame translation link.
With this viewer you can see:
The Gene Sequence Viewer includes several display options. Depending upon on how you get to the viewer, one or more of the display options will be turned on by default. These options include:
Additionally, text color and style indicate:
Text color shading indicate:
To change the display settings, select one or more check-box options, edit the default base-pair (bp) settings and click Update Display.
When you select View with Coordinates, two coordinates will appear for each line of sequence. Coordinates are always relative to the frame of the sequence being viewed.
For positive (+) strand features, the left coordinate indicates the start of the block of sequence and the right coordinate indicates the position of the last base in the preceding block of sequence.
For negative (-) strand features, the left coordinate indicates the base position of the first displayed base (last base on the - strand) and the right coordinate indicates the position of the last displayed base (first base on the - strand).
For example; a scaffold of length n where the - strand is the reverse complement of the + strand:
For example; a block on the + strand starting at position 53 and ending at position 62 on a scaffold of length 62: