If you use any of the below please cite: Rigoutsos, I, Floratos, A (1998) Combinatorial pattern discovery in biological sequences: The TEIRESIAS algorithm. Bioinformatics 14: 55-67
The Teiresias algorithm is a combinatorial algorithm for the discovery of rigid patterns (motifs) in biological sequences. It is named after the Greek prophet Teiresias and was created in 1997 by Isidore Rigoutsos and Aris Floratos. Teiresias should be used for the discovery of exact or more lenient similarities within a set of character sequences […] read more on the “how to use Teiresias” page.
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Current version: 0.9.1 RELEASED 3/13/2014
- Rigoutsos, I, Floratos, A (1998) Combinatorial pattern discovery in biological sequences: The TEIRESIAS algorithm. Bioinformatics 14: 55-67
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