NAR Web Server Issue 2009

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3D-DARTTool Content

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The 3D-DART web server interfaces to a collection of tools for the generation of DNA structural models in custom conformations.

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3D-DART: a DNA structure modelling server200918

@TOME-2Tool Content

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@TOME-2 is a web pipeline dedicated to protein structure modeling and small-ligand docking based on comparative analyses. Fold-recognition, template selection, structural alignment editing, structure comparisons, 3D-model building and evaluation are possible with @TOME-2 for inputted protein sequences.

ANNIETool Content

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ANNIE integrates over twenty protein function prediction tools in a single website. ANNIE displays prediction results in an integrated manner using an innovative AJAX-based sequence viewer.

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ANNIE: integrated de novo protein sequence annotation200915

ATIVSTool Content

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ATIVS (analytical tool for influenza virus surveillance) is a web server for analyzing serological data of all influenza viruses and provide interpretive summaries. ATIVS also compares the HA1 sequences of viruses to those of the reference vaccine strains to predict influenza A/H3N2 antigenic drift.

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ATIVS: analytical tool for influenza virus surveillance20094

BioBIKETool Content

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BioBIKE is a web-based environment enabling biologists with little programming expertise to combine tools, data and knowledge in novel and complex ways. BioBIKE is composed of three components: a biological knowledge base, a graphical programming interface and an extensible set of tools. Users may also invent their own tools.

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BioPortalDatabase Content

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BioPortal is a web accessible open repository of biomedical ontologies. Users may browse, search and visualize ontologies, as well as participate in the evaluation and evolution of ontology reviews by adding notes, corrections, reviews, etc. Data from other sources such as GEO, ClinicalTrials.gov and ArrayExpress may also be integrated with the ontologies.

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CentroidFoldTool Content

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Recognizing the growing role for non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs) in cells, the CentroidFold web server predicts RNA secondary structure from input sequence data (single or multiple alignments).

ClanToxTool Content

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ClanTox, a classifier of short animal toxins, predicts whether input sequences are toxin-like based on classification system training to known animal toxins. This dscovery prediction tool also outputs presence of signal peptide, the number of cysteine residues and the associated functional annotations.

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ClanTox: a classifier of short animal toxins20094

COPSTool Content

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The Classification of Protein Structures (COPS) web server is a workbench for visualizing and examining proteins in fold space. Access is given to all known protein structures and protein structural domains. Structures and domains may be compared in fold space.

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COPS--a novel workbench for explorations in fold space200914

CVTreeTool Content

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Composition Vector Tree (CVTree) infers phylogenetic relationships between microbial organisms by comparing their proteomes using a composition vector approach.

d-OmixTool Content

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A Mixer of Protein Domain Analysis Tools (d-Omix) provides tools to analyze, compare and visualize protein data sets with respect to their combinations of protein domains.

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d-Omix: a mixer of generic protein domain analysis tools20091

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