DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.transite  

RNA-binding protein motif analysis

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transite is a computational method that allows comprehensive analysis of the regulatory role of RNA-binding proteins in various cellular processes by leveraging preexisting gene expression data and current knowledge of binding preferences of RNA-binding proteins.

Author: Konstantin Krismer [aut, cre, cph] , Anna Gattinger [aut] , Michael Yaffe [ths, cph] , Ian Cannell [ths]

Maintainer: Konstantin Krismer <krismer at>

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