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BMC Research Notes

, 3:248



BackgroundAedes aegypti is the principal vector of dengue and yellow fever viruses. The availability of the sequenced and annotated genome enables genome-wide analyses of gene expression in this mosquito. The large amount of data resulting from these analyses requires efficient cataloguing before it becomes useful as the basis for new insights into gene expression patterns and studies of the underlying molecular mechanisms for generating these patterns.

FindingsWe provide a publicly-accessible database and data-mining tool, aeGEPUCI, that integrates 1 microarray analyses of sex- and stage-specific gene expression in Ae. aegypti, 2 functional gene annotation, 3 genomic sequence data, and 4 computational sequence analysis tools. The database can be used to identify genes expressed in particular stages and patterns of interest, and to analyze putative cis-regulatory elements CREs that may play a role in coordinating these patterns. The database is accessible from the address

ConclusionsThe combination of gene expression, function and sequence data coupled with integrated sequence analysis tools allows for identification of expression patterns and streamlines the development of CRE predictions and experiments to assess how patterns of expression are coordinated at the molecular level.

Electronic supplementary materialThe online version of this article doi:10.1186-1756-0500-3-248 contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.

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Autor: Sumudu N Dissanayake - Jose MC Ribeiro - Mei-Hui Wang - William A Dunn - Guiyun Yan - Anthony A James - Osvaldo Marinot


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