The genome browser enables you to interactively explore arbitrary genome locations on base pair level. It supports the comparison of selected genomes with each others. For example, you can compare a certain genome with a reference, e.g. diseased vs. normal tissue, or you can compare any number of genomes with each other, e.g. during patient cohort analysis.
Your exploration tasks is supported by a number of assistant information. The latest content of international annotation databases is automatically checked for relevant annotations. For example, by clicking on a single nucleotide polymorphism location the in-memory database systems scans all for relevant data, such as associated diseases, translocation partners, and known tumor types. Since links to external databases are provided, you can navigate there easily to acquire additional details information about the source data.
Furthermore, you can navigate through the genome on different levels of detail using the genome browser. For example, you can switch between base-pair-, amino-acid-, and gene-level. Thus, you can zoom-in and -out of a certain genome in accordance to your requirements.
The windowing system helps you to work on multiple cases at the same time without loosing your information. Thus, you can keep results from multiple analyses and compare them by switching between windows.