GeneQuiz - genome annotation resource

Christos Ouzounis ouzounis at ebi.ac.uk
Thu Dec 14 14:16:44 EST 2000


Cambridge, UK - December 13, 2000.

We are pleased to announce the release of function assignments
for all publicly available genome sequences using GeneQuiz,
a system for automated genome sequence annotation.

GeneQuiz has been developed at EMBL in the group of Chris
Sander and has been supported and maintained at the European
Bioinformatics Institute in the past few years. We have
analyzed 31 genomes which contain approximately 73,500
genes. The total amount of data we are releasing amounts
to over 70GBytes and should provide a very useful resource
for molecular biologists and genomics/bioinformatics experts.

http://www.ebi.ac.uk/research/cgg/services/
( alias ): http://www.genomes.org/services/

follow GeneQuiz.

Positive feedback (e.g. was it useful to you?) go to genomes at ebi.ac.uk
Negative feedback (e.g. is a species missing?) go to genequiz at ebi.ac.uk

Please note that many database links (especially from older
runs) may not be valid anymore and some views (multiple
alignments, 3-D models) may not be functional for all genomes.
We are aware of these problems and we are working on them.

More species are on the way.

Feel free to circulate this message.

Christos Ouzounis
Computational Genomics Group
EMBL-EBI
Cambridge UK

This work was supported by EMBL and the European Commission.







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