SyMAP (Synteny Mapping and Analysis Program) v4.0
is an automated system for
identifying and displaying genome synteny alignments. The genomes may be
represented by sequenced chromosomes (pseudomolecules), by draft sequence contigs,
or by FPC physical maps (with BAC-end or marker sequence).
If you use results from this page in a publication or website, please reference:
Soderlund, et al. (2011) Nucl. Acids Res. doi:10.1093/nar/gkr123
This project is supported by the National Research Initiative of USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture, grant #0214643.
Sample Multi-Genome Alignments
SyMAP was developed for analysis of eudicots and monocots, but has also been tested on mammalian, bacterial, and fungal genomes.
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NOTE: All alignments were made prior to 2014.
Maintenance: The SyMAP database are currently not working as we are upgrading the system.
Select a group to view the synteny in SyMAP v4.0
Maize, Rice, Brachypodium, Sorghum
Arabidopsis, Medicago, Soy, Poplar, Grape
Apple, Peach, Cucumber
All alignments were computed using default SyMAP parameters.
Genomes were not repeat masked prior to analysis.
Blat were used to compute the raw anchors. Nucleotide alignment was used for all of the FPC alignments and plant genome self-alignments, all others used protein alignment.