software for detecting introns?

Karl A. Suiter ksuiter at acpub.duke.edu
Thu Sep 28 16:47:58 EST 1995


In article <EDDY.95Sep28082503 at wol.wustl.edu>, eddy at wol.wustl.edu (Sean
Eddy) wrote:

> In article <4484l1$ipr at cronkite.seas.gwu.edu>
sullivan at gwis2.circ.gwu.edu (Steven Sullivan) writes:
>   >I used to know an internet addresss where I could send a sequence to be 
>   >automatically checked for intron/exon boundaries -- but I've lost it!
> 
> In what organism, and how accurate do you need the answer to be?
> 
> Human genefinding (intron/exon prediction) is a notoriously high-class
> problem. Programs are improving but are still substantially
> inaccurate. Online resources for human genefinding include:
> 
> GRAIL:        http://avalon.epm.ornl.gov/Grail-bin/EmptyGrailForm
> Gene Finder:  http://dot.imgen.bcm.tmc.edu:9331/gene-finder/gf.html
> 
> There may be servers out there for GeneID and GeneParser, too, but I
> don't have addresses at hand for them.
> 
> --
> - Sean Eddy

The address of GeneID is:  http://expasy.hcuge.ch/info/geneid.srv
and GeneParser is at:      http://beagle.colorado.edu/~eesnyder/GeneParser.html

Karl

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