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Bases de dades

1. SelenoDB [web]. Disponible a:

2. SECISearch [web]. Disponible a:

3. NCBI [Web]. Disponible a:

4. Ensembl Genome Browser [web]. Disponible a:


1. NCBI BLAST. Basic Local Alignment Search Tool [web]. Disponible a:

2. Exonerate. Disponible a:

3. Genewise. Disponible a:

4. T-coffee ebi [web]. Disponible a:

5. SECISearch. Disponible a:

6. Selenoprofiles. Disponible a: