This Week in Genome Research | GenomeWeb

In the April issue of Genome Research, Harvard's Martha Bulyk and Josh LaBaer led research that scanned yeast transcription factors for their binding specificity across the genome. Building off ChIP-chip data, they created genome-wide binding profiles for 89 known and predicted yeast TFs over more than 2.3 million gapped and ungapped 8-bp sequences, finding 50 new or different DNA-binding site motifs.

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