A program for phylogenetic footprinting

Phylogenetic footprinting is a method that identifies putative regulatory elements in DNA sequences. It identifies regions of DNA that are unusually well conserved across a set of orthologous sequences.

Acronym: 
FootPrinter
Category: 
Motif Discovery
Webserver notes: 
The FootPrinter webserver at McGill is down until further notice.
publications: 
Algorithms for phylogenetic footprinting.
Discovery of regulatory elements by a computational method for phylogenetic footprinting.
FootPrinter: A program designed for phylogenetic footprinting.
Label 1: 
Sample output