promoter sequence listings
Mike Cherry 726-5955
cherry at opal.mgh.harvard.edu
Sun Aug 9 09:01:00 EST 1992
In article <7AUG92.10500188 at wums.wustl.edu>, wetsel_r at wums.wustl.edu writes...
>I think I can help. Get into GCG and "fetch" a file called TFSITES.DAT; ..
>This file contains at least a few hundred promoter elements assembled by the
>people at GCG. You can then use "findpatterns" to find elements from within
>this data file in you sequence of interest. Let me know how it turns out...
Do not be too concerned if you do not have access to GCG. The above
mentioned file is available throught anonymous ftp from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov,
look in the repository/TFD/datasets directory. The above file is from the
TFD database maintained by David Ghosh at the NCBI. The file is text so it
can be used on almost any computer.
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