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how to find transcription factors binding sites on a promoter

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I have cloned a 4kb promoter into a lentivector.
now I want to study the Transcription factors binding to this promoter region.
can any one help me?
Thanks,
Enu
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Default Re: how to find transcription factors binding sites on a promoter

yeast one-hybrid may works.
you may search some articles about it and get some hints.
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Default Re: how to find transcription factors binding sites on a promoter

You can also try SITECON tool
here is web interface: [Only registered users see links. ]
and here is a local version:[Only registered users see links. ]
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