angaGEDUCI: Anopheles gambiae gene expression database with integrated comparative algorithms for identifying conserved DNA motifs in promoter sequences

@article{Dissanayake2006angaGEDUCIAG,
  title={angaGEDUCI: Anopheles gambiae gene expression database with integrated comparative algorithms for identifying conserved DNA motifs in promoter sequences},
  author={Sumudu N Dissanayake and Osvaldo Marinotti and Jose M. Ribeiro and Anthony A. James},
  journal={BMC Genomics},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={116 - 116}
}
The completed sequence of the Anopheles gambiae genome has enabled genome-wide analyses of gene expression and regulation in this principal vector of human malaria. These investigations have created a demand for efficient methods of cataloguing and analyzing the large quantities of data that have been produced. The organization of genome-wide data into one unified database makes possible the efficient identification of spatial and temporal patterns of gene expression, and by pairing these… CONTINUE READING
Highly Cited
This paper has 24 citations. REVIEW CITATIONS