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Genome Browser
Jul 18, 2021

Genome Browser

Explore the human genome online.

Genome Browser is a web-based, interactive visualization tool for the hg38 human reference genome assembly and GENCODE gene annotation. It provides an intuitive way to explore the structure of the genome and study human genes.

The browser displays the genome sequence from left to right (5′ to 3′) and allows users to move left and right along the sequence and zoom in and out to explore the regions of interest. Users can also enter the name of a gene into the search box to go directly to that region of the genome.

See also
The ambitious challenge of finishing the human genome
Generating a complete human genome sequence, chromosome by chromosome.
Scalable genomic alignment with Progressive Cactus
How progressive alignment makes it possible to efficiently align hundreds to thousands of large genomes.
Sequence Alignment Viewer
Explore sequence alignments in detail with Sequence Alignment Viewer.
The RDF model of the Gene Ontology, demystified
An outline of the structure of the Gene Ontology RDF graph and ways to query it.