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Type: BioExtract Server Tag: workflow

Workflow Non-redundant protein alignments (1)

Execute BLASTP program to search protein databases using a protein query: Input file from iPlant Discovery Environment Save the data extract of similar sequences created by BLASTP Execute XMKNR to a compute a non-redundant set from a large collection of protein sequences. Input from the data extract created by BLASTP. Perform multiple sequence alignments using Clustal Omega and TCoffee Input from data extract created by XMKNR To execute this workflow, you need to be logged into the Bio...

Created: 2012-12-19 | Last updated: 2012-12-19

Credits: User Carol Lushbough

Workflow NCBI Protein Clustal Omega Alignment (1)

Searches NCBI Proteins for a given organism and protein. User VMatch (xmknr) Vmatch, a versatile software tool for efficiently solving large scale sequence matching tasks to remove possible dubplcate and clustal omega to generate a multiple sequence alignment. Clustal Omega is the latest addition to the Clustal family. It offers a significant increase in scalability over previous versions, allowing hundreds of thousands of sequences to be aligned in only a few hours. It will also make u...

Created: 2012-08-31

Credits: User Carol Lushbough

Workflow tblastx non-redundant alignment (1)

This workflow carries out alignments using TCoffee and ClustalW2 for a set of non-redundant proteins where the starting point is a particular genomic coding sequence representing only one member of the gene family in a given species.   For the BioExtract Server implementation, the necessary steps for accomplishing this task involve: 1.   Selecting the NCBI tblastx tool and providing the accession number of the known nucleotide sequence record as input. 2.   The output from ...

Created: 2011-06-30 | Last updated: 2011-07-04

Credits: User Carol Lushbough

Workflow Phylogenetic analysis workflow (1)

This workflow provides a simple phylogenetic analysis starting from a protein query using "MrBayes" program and according to the maximum likelihood model

Created: 2011-03-12 | Last updated: 2011-03-12

Credits: User Yosr Bouhlal

Workflow Protein Mutation Analysis Using the BioExt... (1)

This workflow, created using the BioExtract Server, contains a protein query (using the NCBI Protein Database), Blastp, ClustalW, Transeq, Garnier, PepWindowWall, PepInfo, and Octanol. For this workflow, a mutated protein sequence needs to be selected. Once the corresponding non-mutated sequence has been queried, the Blastp tool can be used to find sequences similar to the one queried, and the ClustalW tool can be used to analyze whether the mutation is conserved within species.  The Tra...

Created: 2010-07-22 | Last updated: 2010-07-22

Credits: User Kendra Giesey User Yosr Bouhlal Network-member BioExtract Server for Genomics

Workflow Phylogenetic Study Using the Bio Extract S... (2)

This workflow, created using the BioExtract Server, contains a nucleotide query (using the NCBI Core Nucleotide Database), Blastn (against the Homo sapiens genome), Blastn (against the Mus musculus genome), the Format Conversion tool, the Fetch Translator Tool, and ClustalW. This workflow was created following the analytical steps described in the journal article "Resolution among major placental mammal interordinal relationships with genome data imply that speciation influenced the...

Created: 2010-06-17 | Last updated: 2010-07-19

Credits: User Kendra Giesey Network-member BioExtract Server for Genomics

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