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PAZAR is a software framework for the construction and maintenance of regulatory sequence data annotations; a framework which allows multiple boutique databases to function independently within a larger system (or information mall). The goal of PAZAR is to be the public repository for regulatory data.



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The PAZAR database of gene regulatory information coupled to the ORCA toolkit for the study of regulatory sequences.

Portales-Casamar E., Arenillas D., Lim J., Swanson MI., Jiang S., McCallum A., Kirov S., Wasserman WW.,
Nucleic Acids Res. 2009

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PAZAR: a framework for collection and dissemination of cis-regulatory sequence annotation.

Portales-Casamar E,Kirov S,Lim J,Lithwick S,Swanson MI,Ticoll A,Snoddy J,Wasserman WW
Genome Biol 2007

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