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Human Genome News Archive Edition
Human Genome News, January 1998; 9:(1-2)
A new computer-based gene sequence analysis tool used to identify DNA regions involved in attachment to the nuclear matrix has been created by Gautam B. Singh [National Center for Genome Resources (NCGR)]. MAR-Finder, which uses statistical inference to deduce the presence of matrix-association regions in DNA sequences, is available through the center's Web site (now at: http://www.futuresoft.org/MAR-Wiz/).
MAR-Finder is among several new Web-based tools developed by NCGR's scientific staff to analyze gene sequences or improve access to sequences and valuable annotation in the center's Genome Sequence DataBase. Scientists in academia and private industry use the database and NCGR's bioinformatics services to conduct leading-edge research in genetics, medicine, and functional genomics.
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