The Mouse Phylogeny Viewer (MPV) is a custom genome browser designed to provide the user with reliable and detailed answers to questions on the haplotype diversity and phylogenetic origin of the genetic variation underlying any genomic region of most laboratory strains (both classical and wild-derived). A detailed explanation of the methods used and meaning of the data has been reported in "Subspecific origin and haplotype diversity in the laboratory mouse" (Yang et al. 2011).
MPV allows the user to select a region of the genome and a set of laboratory strains and/or wild caught mice (i.e, samples). The region is selected by specifying the start (e.g. 31200000 or 31200K or 31.2M), and end of the interval and the chromosome (i.e, autosome number and X chromosome). Samples can be selected by name or by entire set.
Strain and subset selection
Jeremy R. Wang, Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena, and Leonard McMillan. Comparative analysis and visualization of multiple collinear genomes. BMC Bioinformatics, 2012.