User: Jaime Castro-Mondragon

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I am interested in transcriptional regulation, and I'm doing bioinformatics for Transcription Factors (motif discovery and motif predictions). Currently I am doing a postdoc studying miRNA dysregulation in cancers. 

Posts by Jaime Castro-Mondragon

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Answer: A: RSAT gives strange motif calls
... Hi Which program are you using, I guess *peak-motifs* ? I am part of the developers team, if you provide the link with your results we will be happy to help you in the interpretation or fix bugs in the programs. In the results file (html) the motif comparison shows the top 3 matches, and a link w ...
written 6 months ago by Jaime Castro-Mondragon10
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Comment: C: Enhancers associated to miRNA genes
... Yes, that's a good reference and very nice work (although it cover ~200 out of ~1000 miRNAs in miRBase). I will use it. ...
written 6 months ago by Jaime Castro-Mondragon10
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Enhancers associated to miRNA genes
... Hi Do you know resources linking human enhancers to promoters of miRNA genes ? There are many resources providing Enhancer-Promoter associations (FANTOM5, FOCS, JEME), however most of the promoters correspond to protein coding genes. Around 50% of miRNAs are intragenic, and one possiblity could b ...
enhancers promoters mirna written 6 months ago by Jaime Castro-Mondragon10

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