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  • lab411
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    Ooops, my mistake. I did not read well the message. This swissregulon site seems good enough for TFBS in any case!

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  • anioannides
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    hello,
    thank you for your reply. I'm working with genes and elm is for proteins. I've looked again in the link i posted above and i think swissregulon is what i need. (or an older free version of transfaq)

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  • lab411
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    Hi,
    I am not sure but this might be helpful to you:


    Eukaryotic linear motif database.

    Let me know if you have found something better.

    cheers.

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  • anioannides
    started a topic Database with binding sites

    Database with binding sites

    Hello, i am looking for a database on a project i am working on. I need to find a database in which you search for a gene (by name or ID, or by giving the sequence as a query) and shows results about different binding sites on the gene (for promoters, transcription factors etc.). Something like Genbank, but the results should provide information about binding sites on the sequence. I found Matinspector, but i need a database as well. I've checked this thread:

    Code:
    http://seqanswers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=27484
    but i haven't found exactly what i'm looking for. Does anyone have any ideas?

    Thank you in advance!

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