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I found that there is a Syntenic gene browser at GEvo. Do anyone know where could I find a similar browser for a local installation?

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The UCSC genome browser supports local mirrors. You could make a local mirror that has the "TransMap Alignments" cross-species gene track. From the track description page:

These tracks contain cDNA and gene alignments produced by the TransMap cross-species alignment algorithm from other vertebrate species in the UCSC Genome Browser. For closer evolutionary distances, the alignments are created using syntenically filtered LASTZ or BLASTZ alignment chains, resulting in a prediction of the orthologous genes in human. For more distant organisms, reciprocal best alignments are used.

They provide a helpful tutorial on setting up a local installation here.

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