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The sequence name will appear on AhoPro output.

What it does

AhoPro is an exact p-value calculator for multiple occurrences of multiples motifs.

Here you can :

  1. Search for motifs in your DNA sequence.
  2. Calculate the p-value for a given number of TFBS motifs.
  3. Find occurrences of your TFBS motifs in your texts and calculate p-value.

Use these references to search for given motifs in your DNA sequence then calculate the P-value for the resultant motif occurrences.

Find a specific TFBS

If you wish to search for occurrences of a particular transcription factor binding site (TFBS) in a sequence, you can find information about your specific TFBS by refering to the Homo Sapiens Comprehensive Model Collection (HOCOMOCO) of transcription factor (TF) binding models. HOCOMOCO was obtained by careful integration of data from different sources, it contains 426 non-redundant curated binding models for 401 human TFs.

HOCOMOCO homepage : ((http://autosome.ru/HOCOMOCO/index.php))

Thresholds for PWMs : http://autosome.ru/HOCOMOCO/download_helper.php?path=download/HOCOMOCOv9_AD_thresholds_PWM_hg19.zip&name=HOCOMOCOv9_AD_thresholds_PWM_hg19.zip

Motif representation

You can choose :

  1. List for a motif given as enumeration of possible binding sites.

2. PWM for a motif given by its position weight matrix (PWM) and threshold. A PWM is a rectangular grid of numbers which shows the relative frequency a nucleotide will occur at a specific position. Two orientations are possible : Row and Column.

AhroPro accepts both orientations.

  1. Consensus for a motif given by its IUPAC consensus.

Cite AhoPro

if you use this tool, please cite : Boeva V, Clement J, Regnier M, Roytberg M, Makeev V: Exact p-value calculation for heterotypic clusters of regulatory motifs and its application in computational annotation of cis-regulatory modules.Algorithms for Molecular Biology 2007, 2:13