PASPA: a web server for mRNA poly(A) site predictions in plants and algae

@article{Ji2015PASPAAW,
  title={PASPA: a web server for mRNA poly(A) site predictions in plants and algae},
  author={Guoli Ji and Lei Li and Qingshun Quinn Li and Xiangdong Wu and Jingyi Fu and Gong Chen and Xiaohui Wu},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2015},
  volume={31 10},
  pages={1671-3}
}
MOTIVATION Polyadenylation is an essential process during eukaryotic gene expression. Prediction of poly(A) sites helps to define the 3' end of genes, which is important for gene annotation and elucidating gene regulation mechanisms. However, due to limited knowledge of poly(A) signals, it is still challenging to predict poly(A) sites in plants and algae. PASPA is a web server for P: oly( A: ) S: ite prediction in P: lants and A: lgae, which integrates many in-house tools as add-ons to… CONTINUE READING

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