Figure 5.

Example of splice pattern table and splice event table. Locations of exons are as on the gene.Inset A: Entry in column 1 is hyperlinked to a page listing the sequence of the splice pattern. Entry in column 2 gives the coding start & end positions on the gene and the length of the translated peptide sequence and is hyperlinked to a page listing the peptide sequence. Entry in column 3 lists the structure of the splice pattern as a string of exons. Entry in column 4 is hyperlinked to pages listing detailed information on the confirming transcript sequences. Entry in column 5 is hyperlinked to pages listing EST/mRNA sequences. Entry in column 6 is hyperlinked to pages listing allele specificity of the splice pattern. Inset B: Column 1 lists the exons involved in the event (in this example cassette exon event). Column 2 indicates whether the event involves modifications in the flanking exons as well; entries are hyperlinked to pages listing detailed information on the event. Column 3 indicates the identifier of the orthologous gene and the coordinates of the exon orthologous to the one presented in column1; the entry is hyperlinked to the orthologous gene entry.

Le Texier et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2006 7:169   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-7-169
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