RBP Binding Sites

About RBP Binding Sites Module

The RBP Binding Sites module provides annotations and functions about RNA-binding sites of the target gene with different CLIP-seq technologies and corresponding peak calling methods using table and network view, including genomic location, expression pattern of the RNA, and interaction network between RNA and RBPs.
Also, We provide the overall binding records of RBP on specific RNA precursor of each 20nt bin, which is called RBP binding hotspots.



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