An Intelligent System for Vertebrate Promoter Recognition

@article{Bajic2002AnIS,
  title={An Intelligent System for Vertebrate Promoter Recognition},
  author={Vladimir B. Bajic and Allen Chong and Seng Hong Seah and Vladimir Brusic},
  journal={IEEE Intelligent Systems},
  year={2002},
  volume={17},
  pages={64-70}
}
homology analysis of the potential gene product or on the analysis of signals that indicate gene presence. One of the latest gene search methods uses promoter recognition.1 A promoter, the DNA region encompassing a gene’s transcription start site (TSS), largely controls the biological activation of the gene.2 Promoters contain docking sites for specialized proteins that synergistically initiate gene transcription. One gene has at least one promoter region, although one promoter can participate… CONTINUE READING
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