GREAM (Genomic Repeat Element Analyzer for Mammals) is a tool to select, screen, and analyze genomic repeats in mammals that are likely to be important.
GREAM offers the following listings and analyzes:
1. Produce a categorized list of a wide range of statistically over- or under-reperensented repeated elements, and specific types, such as, for example, transposons, retro-transposons.
2. Enrichment within a specied region of a chromosome.
3. comparative distribution across the neighborhood of orthologous genes.
Genomics; Sequence composition, complexity and repeats; Sequence analysis
Chandrashekar DS, Dey P, Acharya KK "GREAM: A Web Server to Short-List Potentially Important Genomic Repeat Elements Based on Over-/Under-Representation in Specific Chromosomal Locations, Such as the Gene Neighborhoods, within or across 17 Mammalian Species." PLoS ONE 2015; 10(7):e0133647 https://doi.org/10.1371/JOURNAL.PONE.0133647
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