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G-InforBIO: integrated system for microbial genomics

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G-InforBIO: integrated system for microbial genomics
Background: Genome databases contain diverse kinds of information, including gene annotations and nucleotide and amino acid sequences. It is not easy to integrate such information for genomic study. There are few tools for integrated analyses of genomic data, therefore, we developed software that enables users to handle, manipulate, and analyze genome data with a variety of sequence analysis programs. Results: The G-InforBIO system is a novel tool for genome data management and sequence analysis. The system can import genome data encoded as eXtensible Markup Language documents as formatted text documents, including annotations and sequences, from DNA Data Bank of Japan and GenBank encoded as flat files. The genome database is constructed automatically after importing, and the database can be exported as documents formatted with eXtensible Markup Language or tab-deliminated text. Users can retrieve data from the database by keyword searches, edit annotation data of genes, and process d...
Naoto Tanaka, Takashi Abe, Satoru Miyazaki, Hideak
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where BMCBI
Authors Naoto Tanaka, Takashi Abe, Satoru Miyazaki, Hideaki Sugawara
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