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The Manually Annotated AlternativelySpliced Events (MAASE) database system is a unique alternative splicing information resource designed specifically with experimentalists in mind. MAASE is an online resource for convenient access, identification, and annotation of alternative splicing events (ASEs). MAASE consists of two components: an annotation system and a curated database. The annotation system is a web-based workspace that combines manual and computational approaches to identifying and annotating ASEs, a combination that is vital if a comprehensive collection is to be obtained. MAASE annotated ASEs are deposited into the database component, which can either be queried one entry at a time or multiple entries at a time with convenient access to alternatively spliced junction sequences as well as surrounding sequences to facilitate the design of microarray experiments.
Quick Search

Quick search allows you to conveniently search for individual gene entries by keyword (ie ... gene name, protein name) All the genes have not been annotated yet. You may try cdc,kinase,FOXK1,MAPK to name a few, as these have been annotated.

Advance Search

Advance search provides greater query flexibility as well as the option to retrieve individual gene entries or all alternative splice event information from multiple genes.

We are working on annotating all human and mouse genes

Contains information on approximately more than 1000 human and mouse genes.

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