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BMCBI
2005
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A multistep bioinformatic approach detects putative regulatory elements in gene promoters
Background: Searching for approximate patterns in large promoter sequences frequently produces an exceedingly high numbers of results. Our aim was to exploit biological knowledge ...
Stefania Bortoluzzi, Alessandro Coppe, Andrea Biso...
JCB
2002
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The Repetitive Sequence Database and Mining Putative Regulatory Elements in Gene Promoter Regions
At least 43% of the human genome is occupied by repetitive elements. Moreover, around 51% of the rice genome is occupied by repetitive elements. The analysis of repetitive element...
Jorng-Tzong Horng, Hsien-Da Huang, Ming-Hui Jin, L...
BMCBI
2006
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Genome-wide prediction of transcriptional regulatory elements of human promoters using gene expression and promoter analysis dat
Background: A complete understanding of the regulatory mechanisms of gene expression is the next important issue of genomics. Many bioinformaticians have developed methods and alg...
Seon-Young Kim, YongSung Kim
CSB
2005
IEEE
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cis-Regulatory Element Prediction in Mammalian Genomes
The identification of cis-regulatory elements and modules is an important step in understanding the regulation of genes. We have developed a pipeline capable of running multiple m...
Asim S. Siddiqui, Gordon Robertson, Misha Bilenky,...
WABI
2001
Springer
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A Simple Hyper-Geometric Approach for Discovering Putative Transcription Factor Binding Sites
A central issue in molecular biology is understanding the regulatory mechanisms that control gene expression. The recent flood of genomic and postgenomic data opens the way for co...
Yoseph Barash, Gill Bejerano, Nir Friedman
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