Apollo is a genome annotation viewer and editor. Apollo allows researchers to explore genomic annotations at many levels of detail, and to perform expert annotation curation, all in a graphical environment.
DNA sequence viewer and annotation tool; allows visualization of sequence features and results of analyses within the context of the sequence and its 6-frame translation; available for UNIX, Windows and Macintosh.
Babelomics is a suite of web tools for the functional annotation and analysis of groups of genes in high throughput experiments. Tools include: FatiGO, FatiGOplus, Fatiscan, GSEA, Marmite, and TMT.
BASys (Bacterial Annotation System) is a tool for automated annotation of bacterial genomic (chromosomal and plasmid) sequences including gene/protein names, GO functions, COG functions, possible paralogues and orthologues, molecular weights, isoelectric points, operon structures, subcellular localization, signal peptides, transmembrane regions, secondary structures, 3-D structures, reactions, and pathways.
This Toolkit is a collection of a wide range of tools and links for sequence analysis, function, and structure prediction. This resource offers convienent web interfaces for many freely available tools.
The BRIDGE-based Genome-Transcriptome-Proteome Browser (BRIGEP) comprises three open-source web-based systems: GenDB, ProDB and EMMA. GenDB is a bacterial genome annotation system, ProDB is a storage and analysis system for mass spectrometry data, and EMMA is a storage and analysis system for transcriptome data.
DNannotator is a tool that performs de novo annotation of SNPs, STSs, and exons. It also allows for the migration of user-defined annotations onto different versions of genomic sequences (<30kb>
Website, MySQL server and perl API access to software system which produces and maintains automatic annotation on eukaryotic genomes.
EUGENE'HOM is a gene prediction software for eukaryotic organisms based on comparative analysis. The data is currently tuned for plant sequences of up to 400kb.
FAN (Fingerprint Analysis of Nucleotide sequences) searches nucleotide sequences against the PRINTS database, a collection of protein fingerprints used to assign uncharacterised sequences to known families and hence to infer tentative functions.
The FeatureExtract server extracts sequence and feature annotations, such as intron/exon structure, from GenBank entries and other GenBank format files.
The H-Invitational Database (H-InvDB) is a human gene database containing over 20,000 cDNA clusters from multiple high-throughput cDNA sequencing projects. The website provides a genome browser, blast searching, and searching based on information such as OMIM, GO, SCOP and HUGO IDs, chromosome number, data source and feature type. There is also an online user manual, and much of the data is downloadable in both flat file and XML formats.
Harvester provides fast access to public bioinformatic databases and servers for human proteins. Results are returned as a single HTML page that contains the cached and cross-linked output from the following databases/servers: Uniprot/SWISSprot, ensEMBL, BLAST (NCBI), SOURCE, SMART, STRING, PSORT2, CDART, UniGene and SOSUI.
Extensive server possessing a wide range of tools for pattern discovery in DNA and protein sequences as well as in text. Tools for multiple sequence alignment, gene discovery, protein annotation, and other applications also exist on this server. A detailed help page is provided for all tools.
IBM's Bio-Dictionary-based Annotations Of Completed Genomes page lists annotations for over 75 complete genomes (archae, bacteria, eurkaryotes, and viruses). You can query these annotations at the sequence level as well as search/compare across genomes.
The Integrated Microbial Genomes (IMG) system facilitates the comparison of genomes sequenced by the Joint Genome Institute (JGI). It can be searched using keywords or BLASTp, and the gene records diplayed include biochemical properties, protein domains, chromosomal location and neighbourhood and lists of paralogues and orthologues. One can easily build a list of genomes to be considered or excluded from the search and the Phylogenetic Profiler tool allows one to refine the selection by building a list of homologues either common to or excluded from specific organisms.
InterProScan allows you to query using different protein signature recognition methods to look up InterPro annotations for your sequence. These annotations results often include gene ontology terms that you can associate with your sequence.
IslandPath aids genomic island detection in prokaryotic genome seqeunces, using features such as dinucleotide bias, G+C, location of tRNA genes, annotations of mobility genes, etc. Genomic islands are defined here as genomic regions of potential horizontal origin.
The Ensembl EnsMart Genome Browser (MartView) is a tool for data retrieval and data mining that integrates data from Ensembl. Through the web interface MartView allows you to apply a series of filters to create custom datasets which can be converted to several useful output formats.
MICheck (Microbial Genome Checker) allows the user to verify gene annotations in previously published microbial genomes.
MutDB is a database that associates protein structural information with mutations and polymorphisms in gene sequences. The data is derived from dbSNP and Swiss-Prot, and can be browsed by gene name or searched by keyword or by various identifiers.
The NCBI Map Viewer provides graphical displays of features on NCBI's assembly of human genomic sequence data as well as cytogenetic, genetic, physical, and radiation hybrid maps.
Pegasys is a a flexible, modular and customizable software system that coordinates the execution of multiple biological sequence analysis tools and facilitates the integration of their output. The software allows users to create analysis workflows using a graphical user interface. Adaptors are included for various software tools.
Desktop tool developed by the NCBI for editing, annotating and submitting DNA sequences to any of the three DNA sequence submission sites (DDBJ, EMBL or GenBank).
Sockeye is a visualization tool allowing one to assemble and analyze genomic information in a three dimensional workspace. It can be used to view features at various levels, ranging from SNPs to karyotypes. Sockeye displays genomic features along tracks, and links to the Ensembl database.
SVC (Structured Visualization of Evolutionary Conserved Sequences) is a tool that can search for pairs of orthologous genes, align the protein coding sequences, and visualize the evolutionary sequence conservation mapped back onto the gene structure scaffold.
TargetIdentifier is designed for identifying full-length EST cDNAs and functionally annotating EST cDNAs.
Taverna is a tool for creating and running bioinformatics workflows.
The Chromosome 7 database is a community-curated project which contains the most up to date collation of sequence, gene, and other annotations from all databases (eg. Celera published, NCBI, Ensembl, RIKEN, UCSC) as well as unpublished data.
A list of open-source software packages available for free from The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR).
Provides a rapid and reliable display of any requested portion of the human genome at any scale, together with dozens of aligned annotation tracks.