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PPR_putative promotor region?

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Old 12-15-2010, 10:09 AM
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Default PPR_putative promotor region?



What does it mean???? Cant find ay definition on the web :-(
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Default Re: PPR_putative promotor region?

I think it's refered bioinformatically when you predict a promoter based on the common patterns they have, like a TATA Box.
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Default Re: PPR_putative promotor region?

so it means that its not really obvious that it is a REAL Promotor?
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