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Explanation of the "Details Page"

PHRINGE ID numbers have been assigned arbitrarily to each gene model from each genome. These numbers are assigned to each genome as follows:

  Genome
From gene number
To gene number
  Tetraodon nigroviridis
1
27,918
  Xenopus tropicalis
27,919
55,834
  Xiphophorus maculatus
55,835
73,617
  Ciona intestinalis
73,618
93,475
  Danio rerio
93,476
122,105
  Gallus gallus
122,106
144,299
  Gastersteus aculatus
144,300
171,875
  Homo sapiens
171,876
250,938
  Monodelphis domestica
250,939
283,479
  Mus musculus
283,480
318,445
  Oryzias latipes
318,446
343,106
  Strongylocentrotus purpuratus
343,107
385,526


The third box on this page contains genes from all included genomes that have a distance score from a pairwise global alignment below the specified "maximum distance to show". The "maximum number of matches" per taxon to show can also limited. The "maximum distance to show" defaults either to the score of the seed of the cluster for this gene or to zero, which in this case means that no limit is specified (in contrast to it’s normal meaning of sequence identity).

The length and difference in length are both numbers of amino acids for the proteins.

In the bottom box, the Cluster IDs link to the corresponding Cluster and Compare Page. The cluster type refers to the specific node on the tree where a cluster was built that includes this gene.