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Gene projects: a genome web tool for ongoing mining and annotation applied to CitEST

Author(s): Marcelo F. Carazzolle | Eduardo F. Formighieri | Luciano A. Digiampietri | Marcos R.R. Araujo | Gustavo G.L. Costa | Gonçalo A.G. Pereira

Journal: Genetics and Molecular Biology
ISSN 1415-4757

Volume: 30;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 1030;
Date: 2007;
Original page

Keywords: annotation | genome | web | microarray and clustering

Genome projects, both genomic DNA and ESTs (cDNA), generate a large amount of information, demanding time and a well-structured bioinformatics laboratory to manage these data. These genome projects use information available in heterogeneous formats from different sources. The amount and heterogeneity of this information, as well as the absence of a world consensus pattern, make the integration of these data a difficult task. At the same time, sub-tasks, such as microarray analyses of these projects, are very complex. This creates a demand for the development of creative solutions for ongoing annotation, thematic projects, microarray experiments, etc. This paper presents Gene Projects, a system developed to integrate all kinds of solutions.
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