Getting poster data...
Ibrahim Tanyalcin, Carla Al Assaf, Alexander Gheldof, Katrien Stouffs, Willy Lissens, Anna C. Jansen (VUB, Brussels, Belgium; KUL, Leuven, Belgium; UZ Brussel, Brussels, Belgium; UZ Brussel, Brussels, Belgium; UZ Brussel, Brussels, Belgium; UZ Brussel, Brussels, Belgium)Summary: Today’s genome browsers and protein databanks supply vast amounts of information about proteins. The challenge is to concisely bring together this information in an interactive, easy to generate and an aesthetic format. Moreover, our goal is to make this data accessible to not only biologists/geneticists, but also medical doctors, patients and young students by using custom and intuitive interfaces that are effective. Availability and Implementation: We have developed an interactive CIRCOS module called i-PV to visualize user supplied protein sequence, conservation, variation and related metadata in a live presentable layout that unites the figure generation, live presentation, customization and analysis in a single-page html application. I-PV can be downloaded from http://www.i-pv.org. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org || email@example.com || firstname.lastname@example.org