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What is GeneQuest?
Lasergene Quest is used to search for patterns, regulatory elements, and structures found inside a person’s DNA structure. It also has a complex set of methods, which can be controlled for any kind of project. GeneQuest has been integrated with GenVision. With GenVision, users can make publication-quality images of an annotated sequence.
Using Borodovsky’s Markov technique, GeneQuest can predict different coding regions. They can also identify ORFs. The Borodovsky technique looks for possible coding regions, by doing an analysis of the user’s sequence against statistical matrix files. Intron and Exon boundaries can be predicted through the use of species-specific pattern files. These are normally used for splicing sites, starting sites, and to transcript factor binding sites. With GeneQuest, users can also place together known genes, ESTs or proteins that have a similar sequence as their own. A score, which indicates how many matches the two sequences carry, will be printed on the region plot. Users will also be able to show features, restriction sites, and gel separations of restriction digests. Suggested system requirements for the GeneQuest include an Intel compatible Pentium class processor, 1 GB of RAM, and 400 MB of available hard disk space. GeneQuest is available on both Windows and Mac.
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Last updated: : August 12, 2014