Original paper

PRODORIC2: the bacterial gene regulation database in 2018

Volume: 46, Issue: D1, Pages: D320 - D326
Published: Nov 9, 2017
Bacteria adapt to changes in their environment via differential gene expression mediated by DNA binding transcriptional regulators. The PRODORIC2 database hosts one of the largest collections of DNA binding sites for prokaryotic transcription factors. It is the result of the thoroughly redesigned PRODORIC database. PRODORIC2 is more intuitive and user-friendly. Besides significant technical improvements, the new update offers more than 1000 new...
Paper Details
PRODORIC2: the bacterial gene regulation database in 2018
Published Date
Nov 9, 2017
D320 - D326
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