Kohli DK, et al. (2004) A search tool for identification and analysis of conserved sequence patterns in Saccharomyces spp. orthologous promoter. In Silico Biol 4(4):411-5
Abstract: We describe a web-based resource to identify, search and analyze sequence patterns conserved in the multiple sequence alignments of orthologous promoters from closely related / distant Saccharomyces spp. The webtool interfaces with a database where conserved sequence patterns (greater than 4 bp) have been previously extracted from genome-wide promoter alignments, allowing one to carry out user-defined genome-wide searches for conserved sequences to assist in the discovery of novel promoter elements based on comparative genomics. The web-based server can be accessed at http://www2.imtech.res.in/ anand/sacch_prom_pat.html.
|Status: Published||Type: Journal Article||PubMed ID: 15506991|
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