it's been a while since the first public release of footprintDB, our database of DNA regulatory motifs and their cognate transcription factors with annotated interface residues. This resource can be reached at:
The most recent news about footprintDB is its integration with RSAT, the well known suite of tools for the analysis of regulatory sequences designed by the team of Jacques van Helden. This means that all footprintDB motifs can now be used to annotate regulatory motifs using RSAT tools such as compare-matrices.
RSAT::Plants), which currently supports 41 plant genomes, with sequences and gene models obtained from Ensembl Plants and Phytozome.
We hope these new tools will be on interest to users,