[BiO BB] Determining non-coding regions in a DNA sequence

Sudhindra.Gadagkar at notes.udayton.edu Sudhindra.Gadagkar at notes.udayton.edu
Mon Jun 20 10:54:36 EDT 2005


There may be others, but I know GrailExp 
(http://compbio.ornl.gov/grailexp/) does what you are looking for.  And 
it's free.

Good luck,

Sudhindra Gadagkar

Sudhindra R. Gadagkar, Ph.D.
Department of Biology
University of Dayton
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-2320

Ph: (937) 229-2410
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Email: gadagkar at notes.udayton.edu

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[BiO BB] Determining non-coding regions in a DNA sequence

Is there a program that could determine the non-coding regions (and other 
elements such as repeat elements, coding regions etc) that are present 
within a given DNA sequence. Thanking you all. 
Mr. Vibhor Gupta
Research Associate (Chromatin and Gene Expression Group)
Division of Immunity and Infection - Anatomy
Institute of Biomedical Research
University of Birmingham
Birmingham - B15 2TT
Email: v.gupta.1 at bham.ac.uk
Telephone number: 0121-4158684
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