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IRDB Overview

Inverted Repeats Database (IRDB) is a public repository of information on inverted repeats in genomic DNA and contains a variety of tools for their analysis. These currently include, the Inverted Repeats Finder algorithm, query and filtering capabilities for finding particular repeats of interest, repeat clustering algorithms based on sequence similarity, arm merge tool, and data download in a variety of formats. In addition, IRDB serves as a centralized research workbench. It provides storage space for results of analysis and permits collaborators to privately share their data and analysis.

IRDB images

alignment of an inverted repeat to its master pattern
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alignment of an inverted repeat to its master pattern
a group of inverted repeats displayed in our browser
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a group of inverted repeats displayed in our browser
a set of filters is applied to a set
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a set of filters is applied to a set
repeats browser view showing a small set of available columns
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repeats browser view showing a small set of available columns
a view of sequence information and associated annotation files
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a view of sequence information and associated annotation files
various tools inside IRDB
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various tools inside IRDB
set history make tracking changes easy, such as merges, filters and clustering
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set history make tracking changes easy, such as merges, filters and clustering

 

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