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NAR
2011
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AREsite: a database for the comprehensive investigation of AU-rich elements
AREsite is an online resource for the detailed investigation of AU-rich elements (ARE) in vertebrate mRNA 30 -untranslated regions (UTRs). AREs are one of the most prominent cis-a...
Andreas R. Gruber, Jörg Fallmann, Franz Krato...
BMCBI
2005
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9 years 3 months ago
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...
BMCBI
2007
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9 years 4 months ago
Discovering structural motifs using a structural alphabet: Application to magnesium-binding sites
Background: For many metalloproteins, sequence motifs characteristic of metal-binding sites have not been found or are so short that they would not be expected to be metal-specifi...
Minko Dudev, Carmay Lim
BMCBI
2006
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CoSMoS: Conserved Sequence Motif Search in the proteome
Background: With the ever-increasing number of gene sequences in the public databases, generating and analyzing multiple sequence alignments becomes increasingly time consuming. N...
Xiao I. Liu, Neeraj Korde, Ursula Jakob, Lars I. L...
BMCBI
2007
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MATLIGN: a motif clustering, comparison and matching tool
Background: Sequence motifs representing transcription factor binding sites (TFBS) are commonly encoded as position frequency matrices (PFM) or degenerate consensus sequences (CS)...
Matti Kankainen, Ari Löytynoja
BMCBI
2008
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Finding sequence motifs with Bayesian models incorporating positional information: an application to transcription factor bindin
Background: Biologically active sequence motifs often have positional preferences with respect to a genomic landmark. For example, many known transcription factor binding sites (T...
Nak-Kyeong Kim, Kannan Tharakaraman, Leonardo Mari...
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