Search via a genomic locus

Users can browse the identified DNVs in the genomic order by clicking the chromosome name. In addition to browsing by chromosomes, users can get a list of DNVs and existing SNPs in dbSNP after specifying a chromosome or a genomic region or being directed from DGL search page. Users then can explore the related duplicating segments which generate the specified DNV by clicking the position of the DNV. The multiple sequence alignment of listed duplicating segments could demonstrate the interfering capability of the DNV via mimicking SNP calls in genotyping. Aside from, some DNVs may possess existing SNP records in dbSNP. If users click “rs_num” instead of “position”, the dbDNV displays the genotype of the annotated SNP record accordingly. [Tutorial]

Example: chr01 or chr16:14835143-14897514