Regulatory Sequence Analysis Tools


Welcome to Regulatory Sequence Analysis Tools (RSAT).

RSAT
This web site provides a series of modular computer programs specifically designed for the detection of regulatory signals in non-coding sequences.

RSAT servers have been up and running since 1997. The project was initiated by Jacques van Helden, and is now pursued by the RSAT team.

This website is free and open to all users.

Which program to use ? A guide to our main tools for new users.

1 - Choose your type of data to analyse

2 - Choose your biological question / analysis to perform
3 - Relevant RSAT programs

Complete list of online tools is in the left menu

Check RSAT tutorial at ECCB'14 and all training material

Learn how to use Peak-motifs with a Nature Protocol [view article]

Stay Tuned !! RSS feed to all RSAT news.

Also try our new programs

fungi
maintained by TAGC - Université Aix Marseilles, France
prokaryotes
maintained by Computational Genomics lab
CCG - UNAM, Cuernavaca, Mexico
metazoa
maintained by platforme ABIMS Roscoff, France
protists
maintained by Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris, France
plants
maintained by Bruno Contreras Moreira, Spain
teaching
maintained by SLU Global Bioinformatics Center, Uppsala, Sweden

3331 organisms supported on bigre (http://rsat.bigre.ulb.ac.be/rsat/) . Group specificity: None

Citing RSAT complete suite of tools:

For citing individual tools: the reference of each tool is indicated on top of their query form.
All RSAT publications and all publications for the Network Analysis Tools.


Running with RSAT code from : Apr 11 07:45:37 2015