DBTSS: DataBase of Human Transcription Start Sites, progress report 2006

@article{Yamashita2006DBTSSDO,
  title={DBTSS: DataBase of Human Transcription Start Sites, progress report 2006},
  author={Riu Yamashita and Yutaka Suzuki and Hiroyuki Wakaguri and Katsuki Tsuritani and Kenta Nakai and Sumio Sugano},
  journal={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={D86 - D89}
}
DBTSS was first constructed in 2002 based on precise, experimentally determined 5' end clones. Several major updates and additions have been made since the last report. First, the number of human clones has drastically increased, going from 190,964 to 1,359,000. Second, information about potential alternative promoters is presented because the number of 5' end clones is now sufficient to determine several promoters for one gene. Namely, we defined putative promoter groups by clustering… CONTINUE READING

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