Transcription Factor info needed

Dan Pereira mgs6145 at student.health.ufl.edu
Sat Aug 5 14:36:15 EST 1995


leach at bu.edu (martin LEACH) wrote:
>
> Hi netters,
> 
> I have been analyzing my promoter DNA seq and it has come up with a plethora
> of matches for transxn factor sites...
> My question is:
> 
> Is there a centralized source of information for transcripxn factors...do I
> really have to go to med-line and track down all the references for these..to
> see which are important and which are not....
> 
> is there an easy way out..
> 
> hear from you soon post/email
> 
> Martin
> 
> 
> 
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You may try the National Center for Biotech.  Blast system. They have a
eukaryotic promoter database.  Also, there was a paper punlished in Nucleic
Acid Res in 1992 that compiled all known eukaryotic transcription factors.
Hope this helps.



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