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Categories: Genomics, (characterisation/annotation) - Software type(s): website, CLI - tool
The ChIP-Seq tools are used to analyze ChIP-seq data and other types of mass genome annotation data (MGA).The programs are: a feature correlation tool (ChIP-cor); a tag centering tool (ChIP-center); a signal peak detection tool (ChIP-peak and a partitioning tool (ChIP-part)
Categories: proteomics, (Protein modifications), Genomics, (characterisation/annotation), Systems biology, Transcriptomics - Software type(s): website, GUI - tool
MARA models genome-wide expression data in terms of our genome-wide annotations of regulatory sites. For a given expression data-set it infers the key transcription regulators, their sample-dependent activities, and their genome-wide targets.
Categories: Genomics, (sequence alignment, similarity search), Systems biology - Software type(s): website, CLI, GUI - tool
Phylogibbs is an algorithm for discovering regulatory sites in a collection of DNA sequences, including multiple alignments of orthologous sequences from related organisms.The algorithm uses a Gibbs sampling strategy, takes the phylogenetic relationships of the input sequences rigorously into account, and assigns realistic posterior probabilities to reported sites using a novel annealing+tracking strategy.
Categories: Genomics, (characterisation/annotation) - Software type(s): CLI - tool
Software to analyse deep-sequencing (NGS) data and reconstruct haplotypes in a genetically heterogeneous sample
Categories: Genomics, (characterisation/annotation), Systems biology, Transcriptomics - Software type(s): website - database
SwissRegulon is a database of genome-wide annotations of regulatory sites. It contains annotations for 17 prokaryotes and 3 eukaryotes. The database frontend offers an intuitive interface showing genomic information in a clear and comprehensible graphical form.