GPViz: dynamic visualization of genomic regions and variants affecting protein domains

  title={GPViz: dynamic visualization of genomic regions and variants affecting protein domains},
  author={Ren{\'e} Snajder and Zlatko Trajanoski and Hubert Hackl},
  volume={29 17},
UNLABELLED GPViz is a versatile Java-based software for dynamic gene-centered visualization of genomic regions and/or variants. User-defined data can be loaded in common formats as resulting from analysis workflows used in sequencing applications and studied in the context of the gene, the corresponding transcript isoforms, proteins and their domains or other protein features. Both the genomic regions and variants can be also defined interactively. Various gene filter options are provided to… 
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