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Definition of a synton/synteny : See Syntenies

How to use the Syntonome results ?

This section gives access to the list of syntons which contain homologs to the studied gene in other organisms:

  • from PkGDB for the Syntonome section
  • from RefSeq for the Syntonome RefSeq section

How to read the result table

  • Synteny: If you click on the magnifying glass, it opens a synton visualisation window
  • NbGeneQ: Number of genes involved in the synton in the studied genome
  • NbGeneB: Number of genes involved in the synton in the database genome
  • Organism: Organism name. If you click on the name, you can access the associated genome sequence on the NCBI website.
  • Label: Label of the database protein. If you click on the label, you can access the Gene annotation window (Syntonome) or to the corresponding NCBI entry (Syntonome RefSeq)
  • Gene: Gene name of the database protein
  • Product: Product description of the database protein
  • maxLrap: see BLAST results
  • minLrap: see BLAST results
  • ident%: Percentage of identity between the studied protein and the database protein
  • Eval: Evalue of the BLAST result
  • OrderQ:see BLAST results
  • OrderB:see BLAST results
  • BeginQ: Start of the alignment for the studied protein
  • EndQ: End of the alignment for the studied protein
  • LengthQ: Length of the studied protein
  • BeginB: Start of the alignment for the protein of the database
  • EndB: End of the alignment for the protein of the database
  • LengthB: Length of the protein of the database