sequence analysis of 5'UTR - HELP

Robert Chadwick chadwick-1 at medctr.osu.edu
Thu Apr 13 11:19:35 EST 2000

Rather than using a commercial site check out the Sanger Center's links to promoter analysis at:


topalli at my-deja.com wrote: 
> Hi, 
> I have several kb of the 5' untranslated region of a gene. Is there any 
> software out there that can do some preliminary analysis of this 
> sequence for me? Is there any such resources in the Web. 

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> Specifically I'd like to look for response elements, transcription factor 
> binding sites, TATA, CAAT boxes and the like. It seems like a pretty 
> basic problem and a fairly mechanical process so I would be surprised if 
> there were not publicly available resources. 

Transcription factor binding sites can be found with the software 
MatInspector. The program is one of several tools which are available 
on the genomatix server: 

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