Skippy is a Web-based tool that allows users to input a set of exonic variants to score them for a number of features (such as changes in splicing regulatory elements) that have been shown to be predictive of known genome variations that cause exon skipping or activation of ectopic splice sites. In this way, variants can be either prioritized for further splicing-based functional analysis or the results can be used as further genomic evidence in cases in which the causative variant is already known.
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Woolfe, A., Mullikin, J., and Elnitski, L. 2009.
Genomic features defining exonic variants that modulate splicing.
Genome Biology. 11:R20