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EGenBio: A Data Management System for Evolutionary Genomics and Biodiversity

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EGenBio: A Data Management System for Evolutionary Genomics and Biodiversity
Background: Evolutionary genomics requires management and filtering of large numbers of diverse genomic sequences for accurate analysis and inference on evolutionary processes of genomic and functional change. We developed Evolutionary Genomics and Biodiversity (EGenBio; http://egenbio.lsu.edu) to begin to address this. Description: EGenBio is a system for manipulation and filtering of large numbers of sequences, integrating curated sequence alignments and phylogenetic trees, managing evolutionary analyses, and visualizing their output. EGenBio is organized into three conceptual divisions, Evolution, Genomics, and Biodiversity. The Genomics division includes tools for selecting pre-aligned sequences from different genes and species, and for modifying and filtering these alignments for further analysis. Species searches are handled through queries that can be modified based on a tree-based navigation system and saved. The Biodiversity division contains tools for analyzing individual se...
Laila A. Nahum, Matthew T. Reynolds, Zhengyuan O.
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where BMCBI
Authors Laila A. Nahum, Matthew T. Reynolds, Zhengyuan O. Wang, Jeremiah J. Faith, Rahul Jonna, Zhi J. Jiang, Thomas J. Meyer, David D. Pollock
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