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ProSplicer: a database of putative alternative splicing information derived from protein, mRNA and expressed sequence tag sequence data.

Huang HD, Horng JT, Lee CC, Liu BJ - Genome Biol. (2003)

Bottom Line: ProSplicer is a database of putative alternative splicing information derived from the alignment of proteins, mRNA sequences and expressed sequence tags (ESTs) against human genomic DNA sequences.Proteins, mRNA and ESTs provide valuable evidence that can reveal splice variants of genes.The alternative splicing information in the database can help users investigate the alternative splicing and tissue-specific expression of genes.

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Affiliation: Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Central University, Jung-Li City 320, Taiwan.

ABSTRACT
ProSplicer is a database of putative alternative splicing information derived from the alignment of proteins, mRNA sequences and expressed sequence tags (ESTs) against human genomic DNA sequences. Proteins, mRNA and ESTs provide valuable evidence that can reveal splice variants of genes. The alternative splicing information in the database can help users investigate the alternative splicing and tissue-specific expression of genes.

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Gene information and links in ProSplicer.
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Figure 3: Gene information and links in ProSplicer.

Mentions: ProSplicer provides related reference links to other biological databases and sequences related to the genes selected. The related annotations and reference database links of a gene include Ensembl id numbers, gene symbols, genomic locations and gene descriptions. As shown in Figure 3, the available reference links include GO (Gene Ontology data) [7], HUGO (providing access to the list of currently approved human gene symbols) [8], GeneCard [9] (integrating human genes, their products and their involvement in diseases), LocusLink [10] (organizing information around genes to generate a central hub for accessing gene-specific information), RefSeq [11] (providing reference sequence standards for genomes, transcripts and proteins) and OMIM [12].


ProSplicer: a database of putative alternative splicing information derived from protein, mRNA and expressed sequence tag sequence data.

Huang HD, Horng JT, Lee CC, Liu BJ - Genome Biol. (2003)

Gene information and links in ProSplicer.
© Copyright Policy
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC154580&req=5

Figure 3: Gene information and links in ProSplicer.
Mentions: ProSplicer provides related reference links to other biological databases and sequences related to the genes selected. The related annotations and reference database links of a gene include Ensembl id numbers, gene symbols, genomic locations and gene descriptions. As shown in Figure 3, the available reference links include GO (Gene Ontology data) [7], HUGO (providing access to the list of currently approved human gene symbols) [8], GeneCard [9] (integrating human genes, their products and their involvement in diseases), LocusLink [10] (organizing information around genes to generate a central hub for accessing gene-specific information), RefSeq [11] (providing reference sequence standards for genomes, transcripts and proteins) and OMIM [12].

Bottom Line: ProSplicer is a database of putative alternative splicing information derived from the alignment of proteins, mRNA sequences and expressed sequence tags (ESTs) against human genomic DNA sequences.Proteins, mRNA and ESTs provide valuable evidence that can reveal splice variants of genes.The alternative splicing information in the database can help users investigate the alternative splicing and tissue-specific expression of genes.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Central University, Jung-Li City 320, Taiwan.

ABSTRACT
ProSplicer is a database of putative alternative splicing information derived from the alignment of proteins, mRNA sequences and expressed sequence tags (ESTs) against human genomic DNA sequences. Proteins, mRNA and ESTs provide valuable evidence that can reveal splice variants of genes. The alternative splicing information in the database can help users investigate the alternative splicing and tissue-specific expression of genes.

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Related in: MedlinePlus