sequence walker for human donor splice junctions

Delila Server Entry Page

The Delila servers supply web access to Delila tools. Presently they can be used to:

Results are displayed using sequence walkers.

You may access the server either as a guest, in which case you will have a limited number of allowed visits, or as a registered user, in which case you will have unlimited access. To access as a guest, use:

  password: guest
  username: guest
If you are a registered user, please use that name.


There is a detailed online procedure that describes how to obtain access to the Delila Servers: Delila Server Orders (new as of 2001 June 22)

US patent 5867402

Some aspects of the individual information theory programs are covered by US patent 5867402. The programs may not be redistributed or used Please contact us at:

Note: commercial licenses must be done differently. Please contact the Technology Transfer Branch.

Papers Citing This Web Server

These are papers by groups other than us.

  1. Am J Hum Genet 2002 Apr;70(4):955-64 Newfoundland Rod-Cone Dystrophy, an Early-Onset Retinal Dystrophy, Is Caused by Splice-Junction Mutations in RLBP1. Eichers ER, Green JS, Stockton DW, Jackman CS, Whelan J, McNamara JA, Johnson GJ, Lupski JR, Katsanis N.
  2. American Journal of Medical Genetics 109:291-297 (2002) Searching for evidence of DFNB2, Lisa M. Astuto, Philip M. Kelley, James W. Askew, Michael D. Weston, Richard J.H. Smith, Abdulrahman F. Alswaid, Mona Al-Rakaf, William J. Kim

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origin: 2000 Nov 21
updated: 2012 Dec 11
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