When running GeneFinding the sequences receive a name with the predicted genes. The first part of the sequence identifier comes from the genome reference sequence name (de-novo assembly) and then a _orfx is appended, where x is a number. Sometimes this name is not useful to proceed with downstream analysis or compare results from other experiments. Is there any way
(Release Date: 13/09/2016) We are very happy to announce the release of Blast2GO 4. This new version contains many new bioinformatic features like Differential Expression Analysis, Gene Finding or Gene Set Enrichment Analysis. Blast2GO will update automatically if activated. Otherwise please download the latest version online from here. Feedback, questions, as well as feature requests, are most welcome. Please write
Introduction You have: Newly aligned genome of a bacterial non-model organism. You want: Perform functional annotation and analysis of its potential proteins. You need: Predict all potential genes or coding regions before proceeding to the functional annotation: Gene-Finding How can this be done? Use Glimmer, a set of algorithms which uses interpolated Markov models to distinguish coding from non-coding DNA in bacteria, archaea, and viruses. Glimmer
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