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     <li><font color="#000000"><strong><font size="3">Splicing&nbsp;array</font></strong></font> </li>
 
     <li><font color="#000000"><strong><font size="3">Splicing&nbsp;array</font></strong></font> </li>
 
     <li><font size="3"><strong>[[Alternative Splicing&nbsp;Resource]]</strong> : A&nbsp;web resource for the alternative splicing events http://bioportal.kobic.re.kr/ASatWEB</font> </li>
 
     <li><font size="3"><strong>[[Alternative Splicing&nbsp;Resource]]</strong> : A&nbsp;web resource for the alternative splicing events http://bioportal.kobic.re.kr/ASatWEB</font> </li>
     <li><font size="3"><strong><font color="#000000">SNP2SPLICE</font>&nbsp; </strong>: A database of SNPs at splicing sites <a href="http://bioportal.kobic.re.kr/SNP2SPLICE">[http://bioportal.kobic.re.kr/SNP2SPLICE</a>]</font> </li>
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     <li><font size="3"><strong><font color="#000000">SNP2SPLICE</font>&nbsp; </strong>: A database of SNPs at splicing sites <a href="http://bioportal.kobic.re.kr/SNP2SPLICE">[http://bioportal.kobic.re.kr/SNP2SPLICE]</font> </li>
 
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     <li><strong><font size="3">Relation Work</font></strong>
 
     <li><strong><font size="3">Relation Work</font></strong>
 
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         <li><font size="3"><strong>Variome</strong><font size="2"> </font><strong>[http://variome.net]</strong></font></li>
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         <li><font size="3"><strong>Variome</strong><font size="2"> </font><strong>[http://variome.net]</strong></font> </li>
 
         <li><strong><font size="3">Variation Projects</font></strong> </li>
 
         <li><strong><font size="3">Variation Projects</font></strong> </li>
 
         <li><strong><font size="3">Disease study</font></strong> </li>
 
         <li><strong><font size="3">Disease study</font></strong> </li>

Revision as of 21:38, 30 January 2007

The totality of alternative spliceable elements. Suggested by people in KOBIC and UCSC. 

Capturing relationships between alt. splicing events and functional elements in promoter region

This is an openfree web resource of world wide researchers.

 Current Research(Please list your projects here)

  • Research and Application

 Under development!

  •  anlaysis AS within human-mouse ortholoug genes  
  •  variation of gene expression and AS events  
  •  diseases and variants
  • Relation Work
    • Variome [3]
    • Variation Projects
    • Disease study

  • Members (welcome to participate in !!!)
    • Jin Ok Yang
    • John Paul Donohue
    • In-Sun Chu
    • Manny Ares, Jr.

  •  References

           [http://www.humanvariomeproject.org]