transcription element database

Harry Mangalam mangalam at uci.edu
Thu Nov 3 16:16:24 EST 1994


In article <samols.43.2EB71D64 at biochemistry.cwru.edu>,
samols at biochemistry.cwru.edu (David Samols) wrote:

> We are looking for a on-line database where we can search binding motifs of 
> transcription factors for our promoter sequence.  Can anyone suggest such a 
> server to which we can send our sequence?

It's not an online system, per se, but you can grab the Transcription
factor database from ncbi (see related posting, same newsgroup) and
compare your sequence with it using Dan Prestridge's SignalScan (versions
for PC and Unix, the latter better supported, I believe).

   You can get in touch with him at:

Dan S. Prestridge, Ph.D.                        E-mail: DANP at MOLBIO.UMN.EDU
Director                                        Telephone: (612) 625-3744
Molecular Biology Computing Center (MBCC)       Fax: (612) 625-5780
Department of Biochemistry
University of Minnesota
1479 Gortner Ave.
St. Paul,  MN  55108


Cheers
harry
If you're desperate, you can email me you sequence, tell me what organism
db you'd like it searched against and I'll email you the output.

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