GENEID - Online Prediction of Gene Structure

Keith Robison robison at ribo.harvard.edu
Mon Dec 2 15:54:47 EST 1991


steen at darwin.bu.edu (Steen Knudsen) writes:



>          GENEID ONLINE SYSTEM FOR PREDICTION OF GENE STRUCTURE
>                        version 1.0 11/20/1991

>Geneid is an Artificial Intelligence system for analyzing vertebrate genomic 
>DNA and prediction of exons and gene structure (1). A prototype is implemented
>as a fast, automatic email-response system. 


>----------------------------------------
>Biomolecular Engineering Research Center
>Boston University



OK, the question which is probably on everyone's minds.  Since they sound 
rather similar, how do GeneID and GRAIL stack up against each other?
(or are they just two names for the same thing?)




Keith Robison
Harvard University
Program in Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

robison at nucleus.harvard.edu




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