ATRHunter

 

 

Welcome to ATRHUNTER homepage
 
An approximate tandem repeat (ATR) in a genomic sequence is a string of nucleotides repeated consecutively at least twice with some small differences between the repeated copies. ATRHUNTER finds and displays approximate tandem repeats in DNA sequences

 

Enter a DNA sequence consisting of the letters a, c, t, g

(For input larger than 2 million letters please download the ATRhunter software)

 

1.    Upload your file     2.    Cut and paste a sequence
       
Software Options

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Reference:

"Finding Approximate Tandem Repeats in Genomic Sequences" , Ydo Wexler, Zohar Yakhini, Yechezkel Kashi and Dan Geiger (Recomb 2004)

More information available at ATRHunter information page

 

ATRHunter can be found in the "Made in Israel" bioinformatics portal.
Last revised December 18, 2003
Send any questions, bug reports
or comments to: ywex@cs.technion.ac.il