have greatly improved the binding site rendering and affinity model loading performance in the Biophysical Browser. Now, thousands of protein-DNA and protein-RNA affinity models can be loaded into the Biophysical Browser for accurate in vivo binding site annotation. The rendering speed of the annotated binding sites has also greatly improved. Thousands of putative binding sites can now be simultaneously viewed with quick, effortless scale zooming and left-right panning. In addition, relative binding occupancies are now depicted via scaled heights in real-time when protein concentrations are adjusted.


Dr. Todd Riley
Assistant Professor of Biology
University of Massachusetts Boston
100 Morrissey Blvd. | ISC Building Room 4730
Boston, Massachusetts 02125
Phone: (617) 287-3236