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Title: TRES: Comparative promoter sequence analysis
Authors: Katti, M.V.
Sakharkar, M.K. 
Ranjekar, P.K.
Gupta, V.S.
Issue Date: 2000
Source: Katti, M.V.,Sakharkar, M.K.,Ranjekar, P.K.,Gupta, V.S. (2000). TRES: Comparative promoter sequence analysis. Bioinformatics 16 (8) : 739-740. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Summary: Comparative promoter analysis is a promising strategy for elucidation of common regulatory modules conserved in evolutionarily related sequences or in genes showing common expression profiles. To facilitate such analysis, we have developed a software tool that detects conserved transcription factor binding sites, cis-elements, palindromes and k-tuples simultaneously in a set of sequences, and thus helps to identify putative motifs for designing further experiments.
Source Title: Bioinformatics
ISSN: 13674803
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