Searching for non-B DNA-forming motifs using nBMST (non-B DNA motif search tool).

@article{Cer2012SearchingFN,
  title={Searching for non-B DNA-forming motifs using nBMST (non-B DNA motif search tool).},
  author={Regina Z. Cer and Kevin H. Bruce and Duncan E. Donohue and Nuri A. Temiz and Uma S. Mudunuri and Mihwa Yi and Natalia Volfovsky and Albino Bacolla and Brian T. Luke and Jack R. Collins and Robert M. Stephens},
  journal={Current protocols in human genetics},
  year={2012},
  volume={Chapter 18},
  pages={
          Unit 18.7.1-22
        }
}
This unit describes basic protocols on using the non-B DNA Motif Search Tool (nBMST) to search for sequence motifs predicted to form alternative DNA conformations that differ from the canonical right-handed Watson-Crick double-helix, collectively known as non-B DNA, and on using the associated PolyBrowse, a GBrowse-based genomic browser. The nBMST is a Web-based resource that allows users to submit one or more DNA sequences to search for inverted repeats (cruciform DNA), mirror repeats (triplex… CONTINUE READING

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