The influence of Transposed Elements (TEs) on the transcriptome of 7 species
TranspoGene is a publicly available database of Transposed elements (TEs) which are located within protein-coding genes of 7 organisms: human, mouse, chicken, zebrafish, fruilt fly, nematode and sea squirt.
Using TranspoGene the user can learn about the many aspects of the effect these TEs have on their hosting genes, such as: exonization events (including alternative splicing-related data), insertion of TEs into introns, exons, and promoters, specific location of the TE over the gene, evolutionary divergence of the TE from its consensus sequence and involvement in diseases.
TranspoGene database is quickly searchable through its website, enables many kinds of searches and is available for download.
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