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TRANSFAC Binding of a TF to a genomic site is documented by specifying the localization of the site, its sequence and the experimental method applied. All sites that refer to one TF, or a group of closely related TFs, are aligned and used to construct a position-specific scoring matrix (PSSM), or count matrix. Many matrices of the TRANSFAC matrix library have been constructed by a team of curators, others were taken from scientific publications.
TRANSFAC Comparison of matrices with the matrix library of TRANSFAC and other sources:
TRANSFAC A number of servers provide genomic annotations computed with the aid of TRANSFAC. Others have used such analyses to infer target gene sets.
TRANSFAC TRANSFAC (TRANScription FACtor database) is a manually curated database of eukaryotic transcription factors, their genomic binding sites and DNA binding profiles. The contents of the database can be used to predict potential transcription factor binding sites.
TRANSFAC The content of the database is organized in a way that it is centered around the interaction between transcription factors (TFs) and their DNA binding sites (TFBS). TFs are described with regard to their structural and functional features, extracted from the original scientific literature. They are classified to families, classes and superclasses according to the features of their DNA binding domains.
TRANSFAC The TRANSFAC database can be used as an encyclopedia of eukaryotic transcription factors. The target sequences and the regulated genes can be listed for each TF, which can be used as benchmark for TFBS recognition tools or as training sets for new TFBS recognition algorithms. The TF classification enables to analyze such data sets with regard to the properties of the DNA-binding domains. Another application is to retrieve all TFs that regulate a given (set of) gene(s). In the context of systems-biological studies, the TF-target gene relations documented in TRANSFAC were used to construct and analyze transcription regulatory networks.
TRANSFAC The following resources offer contents that are related to or partially overlapping with TRANSFAC:
TRANSFAC The origin of the database was an early data collection published 1988. The first version that was released under the name TRANSFAC was developed at the former German National Research Centre for Biotechnology and designed for local installation (now: Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research). In one of the first publicly funded bioinformatics projects, launched in 1993, TRANSFAC developed into a resource that became available on the Internet.
TRANSFAC In 1997, TRANSFAC was transferred to a newly established company, BIOBASE, in order to secure long-term financing of the database. Since then, the most up-to-date version has to be licensed, whereas older versions are free for non-commercial users. Since July 2016, TRANSFAC is maintained and distributed by geneXplain GmbH, Wolfenbüttel, Germany.
TRANSFAC The usage of an older version of TRANSFAC is free of charge for non-profit users. Access to the most up-to-date version requires a license.