This webtool identifies siRNAs consisting of one or two partial self-complementary strands targeting one or two target sites of one mRNA or targeting at the same time two target sites of two distinct mRNAs (RNA Biology 2006 Vol.3, p.82-89).
Kassiopeia provides the mutually exclusive exomes of twelve sequenced Drosophila species, of the thale cress Arabidopsis thaliana, of the flatworm Caenorhabditis elegans, and of human. The user can search Kassiopeia using BLAST or browse the genes of each species.
Peakr is a software to predict solid-state NMR spectra of proteins. It can take into account all types of correlations between nuclei usually relevant for assignment and structure elucidation and is able to produce lists and visualizations that can be useful when analyzing measured spectra.
Scipio is based on the alignment program BLAT to determine the precise gene structure of a given protein sequence and a genome. It identifies intron-exon borders and splice sites and can cope with sequencing errors and genes spanning several contigs in genomes that have not yet been assembled.
Sherekhan is a tool for the analysis of CPMG relaxation dispersion profiles, through which thermodynamic (relative populations of the species), kinetic (rates of exchange), and structural information (in form of chemical shifts) at atomic resolution can be obtained.
The SNARE Database is an online collection of protein sequences of the SNARE protein family. It is possible to search the database based on various criteria. Results of our phylogenetic analyses can be downloaded as trees in Nexus format.