Question: Transcription Factor Dna-Binding Sites
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6.6 years ago by
ddr.dnl10
ddr.dnl10 wrote:

Is there a database with the transcription factor DNA-binding sites for the transcription factors in drosophila?

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6.6 years ago by
UnivStudent380
Canada
UnivStudent380 wrote:

You could probably find some of the resources on the Fly Factor Survey website. Specifically with their Genome Surveyor and other linked tools.

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4.0 years ago by
lsp03yjh800
China
lsp03yjh800 wrote:

You can use ChIPBase database to discovering transcription factor binding motifs, profiles and targets from ~10,200 curated peak datasets derived from ChIP-seq methods in 10 species(Human, Mouse, Fruitfly, Worm, A. Thaliana, Yeast, Rat, Zebrafish, X. tropicalis, Chicken).

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6.6 years ago by
Sameet290
Sameet290 wrote:

Genomatix is a paid data-base that has this information. I believe there is a program called Match. The link provided points to a page that has the information about many programs. You need to register, and you can use the "free" version of the program on the website. If you need to do anything more you need subscription to Biobase or Genomatix.

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