MI-PVT Updates

28 May 2015: MI-PVT v1.0


IsoFunc: Functional annotation of human isoforms.


miRmine: Human miRNA expression database.

GuanLab Tools

MIsoMine: A data portal of expression, function and network of splice isoforms in the Mouse.
IsoPred: Functional annotation of Mouse gene isoforms.
IsoformNetwork: Isoform level functional relationship network for the Mouse.
stageSpecificNetwork: Dynamic functional relationship networks for Ex vivo Human erythroid differentiation.


=== If you are using this tool, please cite: Panwar et al (2015) MI-PVT: A Tool for Visualizing the Chromosome-Centric Human Proteome. Journal of proteome research 14(9):3762-7 ===
The Michigan Proteome Visualization Tool (MI-PVT) is designed for systematic visualization of the proteins in different human chromosomes in databases and appropriate datasets. The initial application of MI-PVT uses the Human Proteome Map data on 30 normal tissues and cell types from Kim et al (2014). The two major search options (i) Chromosome-based search and (ii) Tissue-based search are demonstrated in separate web-pages. To search proteins with different expression levels across tissues/chromosomes, MI-PTV has option to select HPM-based different Expression levels based on spectral counts (less than 1 = no expression; 1-3 = low-expressed; 3-12 = medium expressed; >12 = highly expressed). The bins can be adjusted to make tertiles or quartiles of the users choice. MI-PVT also shows a search option based on neXtProt (09-19-2014 release) for the five Protein Existence (PE) Levels: 1=Evidence at protein level, 2=Evidence at transcript level without protein evidence, 3=Inferred from homology, 4=Predicted, and 5=Dubious or Uncertain.

An Overview of dataset and functionality of MI-PVT