In article <39189D0F.2A61787 at bioinfo.sickkids.on.ca>, Ahmed Fadiel
<afadiel at bioinfo.sickkids.on.ca> wrote:
>> I would appreciate if someone help me finding how is the syntanic
> regions are found.
> In other words:
> I have a human genomic sequence, what is the method by which I can
> define syntenic regions (say between mouse and human).
> I need the method and the algorithm (to build my own tool).
> Thank you all in a advance.
Have you tried visiting the NCBI's website:
They have a lot of information about mouse/human synteny, the original
DeBry, R. W. and M. F. Seldin. 1996. Human/mouse homology relationships.
Genomics 33, 337-351.
And the chap to contact is Michael F. Seldin, the URL above has his
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