One or more samples in your database are in the GBS.
You can use the information in the GBS to determine if samples in your database are affected by various genomic events. This can be at specific coordinates, genes or gene lists. You can also determine whether any genomic events overlap for multiple samples.
You can query the GBS in one of three ways for all samples in your database, or for a subset grouped as a family. Ultimately, the goal of these queries is to obtain a list of genomic blocks that match specific criteria for a set of samples.
Querying gene lists will return all blocks for all selected samples that overlap with any of the genes in one or more gene lists specified.
Blocks will be returned for all selected samples that overlap by one or more bases.
Querying using coordinates will return blocks for all selected samples where a block overlaps with one or more samples at one or more bases.
For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.