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Finding the TF for a short DNA regulatory sequences

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Old 09-21-2009, 04:06 AM
Shaoyu Wang
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Default Finding the TF for a short DNA regulatory sequences



Dear There,

May I ask a simple help. I have used the RSAT - oligo-analysis tool and
obtained an enriched potential TF binding sequence such as "CCCCTC" in
the upstream (800) of my list of genes, how would I find the potential
TFs for this sequence. Any tools for this?

Thank you in advance

Shaun


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Dear all,

I'm wondering if there is a particular reason why invitrogen stopped
selling the pYD1 yeast surface display vector. An additional query
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efficiencies. I noticed that newer YSD vectors do not use this selection
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