In Silico Expressed Sequence Tag Analysis in Identification of Probable Diabetic Genes as Virtual Therapeutic Targets

@inproceedings{Behera2013InS,
  title={
In Silico Expressed Sequence Tag Analysis in Identification of Probable Diabetic Genes as Virtual Therapeutic Targets},
  author={Pabitra Mohan Behera and Deepak Kumar Behera and Aparajeya Panda and Anshuman Dixit and Payodhar Padhi},
  booktitle={BioMed research international},
  year={2013}
}
The expressed sequence tags (ESTs) are major entities for gene discovery, molecular transcripts, and single nucleotide polymorphism (SNPs) analysis as well as functional annotation of putative gene products. In our quest for identification of novel diabetic genes as virtual targets for type II diabetes, we searched various publicly available databases and found 7 reported genes. The in silico EST analysis of these reported genes produced 6 consensus contigs which illustrated some good matches… CONTINUE READING
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