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Coexpressed genes and networks in human and mouse


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G-quadruplex motifs in the promoters of human, chimpanzee, rat, mouse and bacterial genes


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Sequences and properties of Piwi-interacting RNAs (piRNAs) in human, mouse and rat


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SysZNF provides a systematic catalogue of (until now) human and mouse C2H2 zinc finger genes/proteins based on HMM profile searches of the whole proteomes with the PFAM profile of the C2H2 domain (accession number: PF00096; C2H2 zinc-finger proteins often contain additional conserved domains, such as KRAB, SCAN, BTB, and SET. These effector domains are usually found in the amino-terminal region of the proteins and often serve different roles in transcriptional regulation through their ability to interact with other cellular molecules.A comprehensive database has been developed with a web interface that i) arranges C2H2 gene information based on physical localization in the respective genome, ii) provides downloadable and visual information on gene organization and protein domain composition, iii) serves as starting point to search and examine ortholog and paralog relationships in different species and iv) contains direct links from a particular data set to other resources of the scientific community. In SysZNF, each C2H2-ZNF gene is represented as a card to integrate the related information from public databases. A graphical gene model system, a protein display system and a gene cluster display system were developed for these genes.The database should help in i) quickly gathering information on gene models, protein organization of particular ZNF genes/proteins, ii) providing the user with quick links to other biological databases, iii) suggesting orthologs and paralogs between species, and iv) generally providing basic information and leads for further experimentation. Thus, SysZNF should facilitate the research on C2H2 type ZNF genes under an integrative view in comparative genomic approaches.


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data and procedures for large-scale phenotyping of knockout mouse lines

MUGEN Mouse Database

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Murine models of immune processes and immunological diseases14


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piggyBac transposon insertions in the mouse genome.


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Unambiguous insertions in the same subgenic regions of annotated mouse genes

Mammalian Gene Collection

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The NIH Mammalian Gene Collection (MGC) program is a multi-institutional effort to identify and sequence cDNA clones containing a full-length open reading frame (FL-ORF) for human, mouse, and rat genes. To date, the MGC has produced over 324 cDNA libraries derived from human tissue and cell lines, as well as mouse and rat tissues. The MGC has sequenced and verified the complete FL-ORFs for a non-redundant set of 11,666 human, 10,602 mouse, and 854 rat genes.

5' expressed-sequence tags (ESTs) are generated from libraries and analyzed to identify candidate complete ORF clones. These clones are subjected to high accuracy full-insert sequencing and assessed for complete ORFs. Candidate clones for genes are clones that have been identified as potential complete ORFs and are waiting full-insert sequencing. All MGC sequences are deposited in GenBank and available without restriction. The cDNA clones generated by the MGC are available through the IMAGE clone distribution network and are fully accessible to the community.

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Strausberg RL, Feingold EA, Klausner RD, Collins FS. The Mammalian Gene Collection. Science, 1999, 286, 455-457.

MGC (Mammalian Gene Collection) Program Team, Generation and Initial Analysis of more than 15,000 Full-Length Human and Mouse cDNA Sequences. PNAS, 2002, 99(26), 16899-16903.


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Database of Gene Expression in Mouse Haematopoiesis

International Gene Trap Consortium Database

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International mouse Gene Trap Consortium data

iCE - internet Contig Explorer

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Viewer for physical map data (for mouse, rat, cow, Cryptococcus); developed at the Genome Sciences Centre, Vancouver.


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ENDEAVOUR is a computational approach to prioritizing candidate genes for further study. Users input training genes already known to be involved in the process under study and the candidate genes to prioritize. The web server now supports multiple species (i.e. human, rat, mouse) and makes use of data from various databases (i.e. ontologies, annotations, protein-protein interactions, text mining data) to generate the prioritization.


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NetNHC-3.0 is a web server for the prediction of human, mouse or monkey MHC Class I-peptide binding. Predictions are made for peptides of 8-11 amino acid length using artificial neural networks and weight matrices.

The Mouse SNP Database

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Free access to a database developed by Roche.