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Djinn Lite: a tool for customised gene transcript modelling, annotation-data enrichment and exploration

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Djinn Lite: a tool for customised gene transcript modelling, annotation-data enrichment and exploration
Background: There is an ever increasing rate of data made available on genetic variation, transcriptomes and proteomes. Similarly, a growing variety of bioinformatic programs are becoming available from many diverse sources, designed to identify a myriad of sequence patterns considered to have potential biological importance within inter-genic regions, genes, transcripts, and proteins. However, biologists require easy to use, uncomplicated tools to integrate this information, visualise and print gene annotations. Integrating this information usually requires considerable informatics skills, and comprehensive knowledge of the data format to make full use of this information. Tools are needed to explore gene model variants by allowing users the ability to create alternative transcript models using novel combinations of exons not necessarily represented in current database deposits of mRNA/cDNA sequences. Results: Djinn Lite is designed to be an intuitive program for storing and visually...
Erdahl T. Teber, Edward Crawford, Kent B. Bolton,
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where BMCBI
Authors Erdahl T. Teber, Edward Crawford, Kent B. Bolton, Derek Van Dyk, Peter R. Schofield, Vimal Kapoor, W. Bret Church
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