Question: Literature-Based Tools Displaying The Mouse Gene Architecture (Introns, Exons, Utrs, Cds, Promoter)
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Anima Mundi2.7k
Anima Mundi2.7k wrote:


annotations provided by Ensembl/Havana on the Ensembl mm9 genome version can, aright, differ from the information found in specific papers, so I would like you to point me out some literature-based tools displaying the (known) gene architecture in the mouse genome (in terms of introns, exons, UTRs, CDS, promoter).

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 8.5 years ago by Alex Paciorkowski3.4k • written 8.5 years ago by Anima Mundi2.7k
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Alex Paciorkowski3.4k wrote:

I always thought Jax Lab's MGI mouse genome browser was a/the definitive source for what you're looking for.

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Thanks for the reply. I already tried to use MGI, but I am not able to find a way to have an overview of the sole literature-based information regarding the gene architecture. The link you posted allows me only to look at genomic maps with the positions of entries from different databases (if I am not wrong, wich may of course be true). For example, mapping automatically GenBank sequences on the mouse genome often leads to errors, regions such us UTRs could be missing, splicing information lacks etc. So I would like to know if there is a project that totally relies on literature.

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