Genome-wide comparative map of rat
This site provides the FIRST comprehensive comparative map among rat, mouse, and human species, based on our extensive RH-mapping data of rat genes. It accommodates some 550 rat genes on the RH map, which is the supplementary updated version of the published Nature Genetics Map (Watanabe et al. 1999). For each items on the map, you can cross-reference the other useful information in the NCBI, JAX, RATMAP....... We also support flexible search engines which takes you anywhere you wants. The Rat-oriented (i.e., aligned based on rat chromosome locations) map basically consists of our rat mapping data only; Mouse- and Human-oriented maps are integrated with the well-organzied Debry's human/mouse homology relationships, which provides the comfortable environment to research groups principally involved in mouse and human studies.
Search in comparative map database
Our comparative database is searchable by any queries you specified : official gene symbols, microsatellite markers, or unique id's in public database (Unigene, RHDB, OMIM..). The results will appear in tabular form. Multiple "hit"s can output several different loci in separated tables. Then you can specify what you really want, showing positions of your queries in the chromosome-based comprehensive format. First you need to specify the species which you would like to use as frameworks.
Genome-wide comparative mapsRat Chromosomes:
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