Gary D Stormo
Gary D Stormo
Dept of Genetics, Washington University School of Medicine
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DNA binding sites: representation and discovery
GD Stormo
Bioinformatics 16 (1), 16-23, 2000
Identifying DNA and protein patterns with statistically significant alignments of multiple sequences.
GZ Hertz, GD Stormo
Bioinformatics (Oxford, England) 15 (7), 563-577, 1999
Information content of binding sites on nucleotide sequences
TD Schneider, GD Stormo, L Gold, A Ehrenfeucht
Journal of molecular biology 188 (3), 415-431, 1986
Translational initiation in prokaryotes
L Gold, D Pribnow, T Schneider, S Shinedling, BS Singer, G Stormo
Annual Reviews in Microbiology 35 (1), 365-403, 1981
Use of 'Perceptron' algorithm to distinguish translational initiation sites inE. coli
GD Stormo, TD Shneider, L Gold, A Ehrenfeucht
Nucleic Acids Research 10 (9), 2997-3010, 1982
Comparative genomics identifies a flagellar and basal body proteome that includes the BBS5 human disease gene
JB Li, JM Gerdes, CJ Haycraft, Y Fan, TM Teslovich, H May-Simera, H Li, ...
Cell 117 (4), 541-552, 2004
An improved map of conserved regulatory sites for Saccharomyces cerevisiae
KD MacIsaac, T Wang, DB Gordon, DK Gifford, GD Stormo, E Fraenkel
BMC bioinformatics 7 (1), 1-14, 2006
Characterization of translational initiation sites in E. coli
GD Stormo, TD Schneider, LM Gold
Nucleic acids research 10 (9), 2971-2996, 1982
The AP-1 transcription factor Batf controls TH17 differentiation
BU Schraml, K Hildner, W Ise, WL Lee, WAE Smith, B Solomon, G Sahota, ...
Nature 460 (7253), 405-409, 2009
Sequence requirements of the hammerhead RNA self-cleavage reaction
DE Ruffner, GD Stormo, OC Uhlenbeck
Biochemistry 29 (47), 10695-10702, 1990
Identifying protein-binding sites from unaligned DNA fragments.
GD Stormo, GW Hartzell 3rd
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (4), 1183-1187, 1989
Modeling regulatory networks with weight matrices
DC Weaver, CT Workman, GD Stormo
Biocomputing'99, 112-123, 1999
Analysis of homeodomain specificities allows the family-wide prediction of preferred recognition sites
MB Noyes, RG Christensen, A Wakabayashi, GD Stormo, MH Brodsky, ...
Cell 133 (7), 1277-1289, 2008
Identification of consensus patterns in unaligned DNA sequences known to be functionally related
GZ Hertz, GW Hartzell III, GD Stormo
Bioinformatics 6 (2), 81-92, 1990
Translation initiation in Escherichia coli: sequences within the ribosome‐binding site
S Ringquist, S Shinedling, D Barrick, L Green, J Binkley, GD Stormo, ...
Molecular microbiology 6 (9), 1219-1229, 1992
Splicing signals in Drosophila: intron size, information content, and consensus sequences
SM Mount, C Burks, G Herts, GD Stormo, O White, C Fields
Nucleic acids research 20 (16), 4255-4262, 1992
CUUCGG hairpins: extraordinarily stable RNA secondary structures associated with various biochemical processes.
C Tuerk, P Gauss, C Thermes, DR Groebe, M Gayle, N Guild, G Stormo, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (5), 1364-1368, 1988
Specificity, free energy and information content in protein–DNA interactions
GD Stormo, DS Fields
Trends in biochemical sciences 23 (3), 109-113, 1998
Additivity in protein–DNA interactions: how good an approximation is it?
PV Benos, ML Bulyk, GD Stormo
Nucleic acids research 30 (20), 4442-4451, 2002
Determining the specificity of protein–DNA interactions
GD Stormo, Y Zhao
Nature Reviews Genetics 11 (11), 751-760, 2010
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