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NemaBrowse
NemaBrowse is a collection of nematode genomes annotated with gene predictions and displayed using the GBrowse interface. Gene names are those assigned by the various gene calling mechanisms employed during gene prediction and may be subject to change. Minimal annotation is made available in the gene list using either final gene product information as annotated by the BER pipeline, or information derived from WU-BLAST mappings to NR using a post-alignment cutoff of 35 bits + 55% identity.



Annotated genomes:
(last updated 12-23-13)
Project Species information Gene prediction software GBrowse annotations
Ancylostoma caninum A.caninum TaxBrowser at NCBI MAKER with BER annotation Gene list
Ancylostoma ceylanicum A.ceylanicum TaxBrowser at NCBI MAKER with BER annotation Gene list
Ancylostoma duodenale A.duodenale TaxBrowser at NCBI MAKER with BER annotation Gene list
Dictyocaulus viviparus D.viviparus TaxBrowser at NCBI MAKER with BER annotation Gene list
Necator americanus N.americanus TaxBrowser at NCBI MAKER with BER annotation Gene list
Oesophagostomum dentatum O.dentatum TaxBrowser at NCBI MAKER with BER annotation Gene list
Teladorsagia circumcincta T.circumcincta TaxBrowser at NCBI MAKER with BER annotation Gene list
Trichinella spiralis T.spiralis TaxBrowser at NCBI A modified version of the Ensembl Analysis Pipeline, eannot, fgenesh, and the SNAP denovo gene finder with BER annotation Gene list
Trichuris suis T.suis TaxBrowser at NCBI MAKER Gene list


 
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