Last Friday 23andMe came up with Haplogroup Tree Mutation Mapper which is the first experimental feature that can be instantly tested by biogeek customers (a large portion of the company’s customer base) in its freshly launched technology sandbox 23andMe Labs that is much like Google Labs. Haplogroup Tree Mutation Mapper “shows you which particular mutations… Continue reading Visualize 23andMe haplogroup defining SNPs with Mitowheel!
Gábor Zsurka, scientist and developer made another upgrade on our favorite human mitochondrial DNA visualization tool, MitoWheel: this time allele frequencies at polymorphic positions are included in the sequence bar in the form of a gray bar above or below a nucleotide representing the number of individuals carrying the SNP. This is really cool as… Continue reading Mitowheel now helps you design PCR primers for mitochondrial DNA!
Gábor Zsurka has built some killer functions into Mitowheel, the human mitochondrial DNA visualization tool: – compare GenBank‘s circa 3000 fully sequenced human mitochondrial genome to the revised Cambridge Reference Sequence mutation by mutation – by harnessing the power of the colorful group view and using the +, – mutation operators (see detailed introduction) you… Continue reading Mitowheel upgrade: phylogenetics in motion
MitoWheel is a cool graphical interface of the circular human mitochondrial genome, which helps the user to get familiar with the mito DNA by searching, clicking and tailoring it. I introduced you MitoWheel a week or so ago, but now you can follow the updates on the MitoWheel Blog. On the blog you get first-hand… Continue reading The MitoWheel blog keeps you updated!
Your 16569 basepair long human mitochondrial genome does a lot for you and tells a lot about you. It encodes protein subunits playing crucial role in the production and conversion of ATP, the body’s main chemical energy currency. On the other hand the actual sequence of one’s mitochondrial DNA in a particular tissue or cell… Continue reading MitoWheel 1.0: the human mitochondrial genome just got visual!