REEF (REgionally Enriched Features) is a tool that uses a genome scan method in order to find chromosomal regions in which a specific features class is enriched. A feature class may be based on whatever sequence characteristics. For instance, it may consist of a class of genes, defined by analysis of gene expression or by involvement of gene products in specific pathways or interaction groups.
Human Genetics, Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics Group , Biology Department, Padova University
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Coppe A., Danieli G.A. and Bortoluzzi S.
REEF: searching REgionally Enriched Features in genomes.
BMC BIOINFORMATICS. 7: 453.