RegTransBase consists of two modules - a database of regulatory interactions based on literature and an expertly curated database of transcription factor binding sites. Our literature based information in RegTransBase is a manually curated database of regulatory interactions in prokaryotes more

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Genes and Regulators:
Search for genes involved in regulatory experiments using the gene name, function, product, accession number, or any other genbank annotation. Example:rpoD, NP_289905, histidine protein kinase. *(No wildcard characters allowed)  
Effectors:
Search effectors by their name. Example:glucose, iron.
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Search Experiments and Articles using text contained in that articles abstract, the journal title, the authors, and a short description of the experiments within that article. Example:"fnr binding", "+mga +promoter", "Gelfand"
Cite RegTransBase:: Kazakov AE, Cipriano MJ, Novichkov PS, Minovitsky S, Vinogradov DV, Arkin A, Mironov AA, Gelfand MS, Dubchak I. RegTransBase--a database of regulatory sequences and interactions in a wide range of prokaryotic genomes. Nucleic Acids Res. 2007 Jan;35(Database issue):D407-12.
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Articles Curated: 7213
Experiments: 18877
Organisms: 658
Genes: 59754
Sites: 13321
Regulators: 1488
Effectors: 875
News
November 12, 2012
  • You can now download upstream regions of genes from the putative regulons page. These gene or operons are only those which have experimental evidence linking the gene/operon to that regulator.

August 16, 2010
  • Regtransbase website is updated: New features and tools available!
  • You can now browse experiments by various classifications.
  • View our list of putative regulons from experimental data.
  • Complete website redesign makes information more accessible.

April 14, 2008
  • RegTransBase release 5 is now public.
  • Over 700 additional curated articles containing over 1500 experiments on regulation.