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|Alternative name||Fast Investigation Tool for Bacterial & Archeal Regulons|
|Interface||Web user interface|
|Restrictions to use||None|
- person_outline Jacques Oberto
Publication for Fast Investigation Tool for Bacterial & Archeal Regulons
Comparative genomics reveals conserved positioning of essential genomic clusters in highly rearranged Thermococcales chromosomes
[…] ble at http://tubic.tju.edu.cn/Ori-Finder2/ . In a second predictive method, we used the mini-ORBs sequences identified in Pyrococcus abyssi by Matsunaga et al. as a matrix for oriC prediction using FITBAR available at http://archaea.u-psud.fr/fitbar . In this case, the search algorithm parameters were log-odds PSSM, with a local Markov Model to compute the p-value of the newly predicted ORB site […]
Structural and Mechanistic Basis of Zinc Regulation Across the E. coli Zur Regulon
[…] to the recognition of E. coli Zur ,,,. This pattern was then used as a search filter of E. coli (K12, strain MG1655) promoter regions to identify possible novel Zur-regulated genes using the program Fitbar . The search identified four promoters, including all three of the known Zur regulated genes, and predicted a single novel Zur binding site 34 bases upstream of the periplasmic lysozyme inhibit […]
PePPER: a webserver for prediction of prokaryote promoter elements and regulons
[…] belonging to the same biological process or metabolic pathway. The database is limited to six closely related bacteria (Shewanella, ThermotogalesBacillales and Desulfovibrionales). On the other hand FITBAR  is dedicated to TFBS mining and discovery, RegAnalyst  and ProdoNet  are webservers enabling integration of data on proteomics and metabolic pathways and provide subsequent graphical rep […]
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