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Select a graph, provide one or multiple colocalized genes (EXACT gene names, case-sensitive) and click the "Retrieve" button to extract a subgraph around the genes and plot it. "Neighbors" controls how many neighboring genes to explore. "Strand" orients haplotypes in the given gene strand.

In the plot, each arrow corresponds to a gene. An empty arrow suggests frameshifts or in-frame stop codons, which may be biological or alignment errors. Note that inputting genes on different chromosomes or distant apart may lead to undesired plots. If you don't see any haplotypes, unclick "filter fragmented contigs".

Once you see the graph, you may click the "Replot" button to randomize node colors. Replotting does not incur server load and is the preferred way to adjust plotting.