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  1. Algorithmic software suite


  1. Resource Description
    AVISPA is a web tool that enables both prediction and splicing analysis of alternative and tissue-dependent exons in any gene of interest. Given an exon, the tool predicts whether it is alternative and whether its inclusion is expected to change in different tissues. It reports whether the exon is known to be alternative based on an internal transcripts database, and performs in silico splicing analysis, identifying putative regulatory elements and mapping those as tracks in the genome browser. AVISPA currently supports analysis on the mouse mm10 genome build.
  2. Additional Name
    Advanced Visualization of Splicing Prediction Analysis
  3. Used by
    BioCiphers Lab
  4. Operating System
    Web based
  5. Data Input
    Query exon or exon triplet specifying the up- and downstream exons
  6. Data Input
    Query exon or exon triplet specifying the up- and downstream exons
  7. Data Output
    Query matching
  8. Data Output
    Differential splicing in tissues
  9. Data Output
    Motif visualization
  10. Software purpose
    Transcript splicing prediction objective
  11. Related Publication or Documentation
    AVISPA: a web tool for the prediction and analysis of alternative splicing
  12. Related Publication or Documentation
    In silico to in vivo splicing analysis using splicing code models
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  14. Related Technique
    Bioinformatics analysis
  15. Software license
    Academic software license
  16. Algorithm used
    Bayesian Model
  17. Algorithm used
    Neural networks models
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The eagle-i Consortium is supported by NIH Grant #5U24RR029825-02 / Copyright 2016