Biobase to Add SNPs to Transfac Database | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Jan 23 – Biobase, the Braunschweig, Germany-based developer of the Transfac database of transcription factors, is now planning to add SNP gene regulation data to its repertoire, the company said Tuesday.

“Up until now, no one has investigated the SNP raw data with regard to transcription factors. We can now offer new information on this hot topic,” said CEO Holger Karas in a statement.

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