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TRANSFAC, TRRD (Transcription Regulatory Region Database) and COMPEL are databases which store information about transcriptional regulation in eukaryotic cells. The three databases provide distinct views on the components involved in transcription: transcription factors and their binding sites and binding profiles (TRANSFAC), the regulatory hierarchy of(More)
MOTIVATION The commonly accepted statistical mechanical theory is now multiply confirmed by using the weight matrix methods successfully recognizing DNA sites binding regulatory proteins in prokaryotes. Nevertheless, the recent evaluation of weight matrix methods application for transcription factor binding site recognition in eukaryotes has unexpectedly(More)
ACTIVITY is a database on DNA/RNA site sequences with known activity magnitudes, measurement systems, sequence-activity relationships under fixed experimental conditions and procedures to adapt these relationships from one measurement system to another. This database deposits information on DNA/RNA affinities to proteins and cell nuclear extracts, cutting(More)
Transcription Regulatory Regions Database (TRRD) is an informational resource containing an integrated description of the gene transcription regulation. An entry of the database corresponds to a gene and contains the data on localization and functions of the transcription regulatory regions as well as gene expression patterns. TRRD contains only(More)
Transcription Regulatory Regions Database (TRRD) has been developed for accumulation of experimental information on the structure-function features of regulatory regions of eukaryotic genes. Each entry in TRRD corresponds to a particular gene and contains a description of structure-function features of its regulatory regions (transcription factor binding(More)
MOTIVATION A rapid growth in the number of genes with known sequences calls for developing automated tools for their classification and analysis. It became clear that nucleosome packaging of eukaryotic DNA is very important for gene functioning. Automated computer tools for characterization of nucleosome packaging density could be useful for studying of(More)
A program for constructing nucleosome formation potential profile was applied for investigation of exons, introns, and repetitive sequences. The program is available at http://wwwmgs.bionet.nsc.ru/mgs/programs/recon/. We have demonstrated that introns and repetitive sequences exhibit higher nucleosome formation potentials than exons. This fact may be(More)
The GeneNet database is designed for accumulation of information on gene networks. Original technology applied in GeneNet enables description of not only a gene network structure and functional relationships between components, but also metabolic and signal transduction pathways. Specialised software, GeneNet Viewer, automatically displays the graphical(More)
MOTIVATION The goal of the work was to develop a WWW-oriented computer system providing a maximal integration of informational and software resources on the regulation of gene expression and navigation through them. Rapid growth of the variety and volume of information accumulated in the databases on regulation of gene expression necessarily requires the(More)
Almost all cellular processes in an organism are controlled by gene networks. Here we report on the analysis of gene networks functioning using two associated methods - data accumulation in GeneNet system and generalized chemical kinetic method for mathematical simulation of gene network functional dynamics. The technology of the usage of these methods is(More)