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How to create a taxonomic mapping file.

Create a taxonomic mapping file to Make Blast Database within OmicsBox OmicsBox allows creating a custom database to run Blast locally. The blast algorithm will run on the user’s computer against a database that is installed locally.In order to do so, we have to either download a pre-formatted NCBI database (see tutorial) or format our own database (see this tutorial

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Load Tair Gene Ids from Biomart

Load Sequences/ Annotation from a list of identifiers within Blast2GO

OmicsBox/Blast2GO offers two different features to retrieve the gene/protein sequences as well as the corresponding annotation from a list of identifiers within Blast2GO PRO. Both features can be found under File > Load > Load Annotations. The expected input file is a text file with the identifiers in a single column without a header.

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NCBI GenBank Submission

This video shows how to use the ‘Create NCBI GenBank Genome Submission Files’ tool which allows to generate all files (e.g. the Asn1 (.sqn) file) necessary to submit your annotated sequences to the NCBI database. It allows to combine genomic sequences and functional annotations and creates valid GenBank submission files. Additionally, this video explains how to obtain source files (.gff and .annot files), provides

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Select .pal files to Run LocalBlast

Run Local Blast within OmicsBox

OmicsBox allows running Blast locally. The blast algorithm will run on the user’s computer against a database that is installed locally. In order to do so, we have to either download a pre-formatted NCBI database or format our own database (see this tutorial until step 3). Pre-formatted databases can be downloaded directly from the NCBI ftp or via a Perl script provided by

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Blast2GO Command Line Features 1.1.4

(Release Date: 01/10/2015) You can now perform Blast and InterProScan from within the CLI, which means you can run the whole functional annotation analysis with just one command. Find here some useful command line examples.

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