[BiO BB] Transcription factors prediction

hz5 at njit.edu hz5 at njit.edu
Tue Mar 8 10:00:17 EST 2005

TRANSFAC (http://www.gene-regulation.com/)
TFSearch (http://mbs.cbrc.jp/research/db/TFSEARCH.html)
TESS (http://www.cbil.upenn.edu/cgi-bin/tess/tess33?RQ=WELCOME)

TRANSFAC is the most comprehensive, TFSearch is using old TRANSFAC matrix.
They are all online, transfac may need to pay if any downstream product or non-
research related stuff involved (not sure).

Quoting Davide Eletto <deletto at unisa.it>:

> Hi there,
> anyone of you could be so kind to give me the name of the most common 
> FREE *Transcription factors prediction *software (online, indeed), that
> is able to retrieve a list of putative nuclear transc fact. by a DNA 
> sequence?
> Thanks a lot in advance
> davide eletto
> ITALIA (one of six nations)
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Haibo Zhang, PhD student
Computational Biology, NJIT & Rutgers University
Center for Applied Genomics, PHRI

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