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Sequence analysis and database search support

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    "<b>Sequence Assembly & Analysis</b> Assembly of sequences into a contig, identification of ORFs, analysis of properties of the predicted protein, and other analyses can be performed at the facility using MacVector and other software. These services are included at no charge for large sequencing projects, and they are available at no charge to Cancer Center and Department of Genetics members. <b>Database Searches</b> BLAST, BLOCKS, BLITZ, PROSITE and FASTA searches are performed using WWW or e-mail servers at no charge. Please contact the facility to arrange for database searches or for training. Genomic sequences can also be processed to identify interspersed repeats, low complexity regions, GRAIL exons, transcription factor binding sites, frequency of mono, di, and tri nucleotides, and other features. Genomic sequences can also be submitted to the GAIA genome annotation system at the Bioinformatics Laboratory. Facility staff will also submit sequences to Genebank if requested by the investigator."
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  5. Service Provided by
    Penn Genomics Analysis Core
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  7. Related Technique
    Bioinformatics analysis
  8. Related Technique
    DNA sequencing assay
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The eagle-i Consortium is supported by NIH Grant #5U24RR029825-02 / Copyright 2016