Annotations

This section contains links related to annotations of the human genome. Different sites provide automated and curated annotations. See also DNA: Sequence Features and DNA: Gene Prediction.

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Apollo Genome Annotation and Curation ToolTool Content

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Apollo is a genome annotation viewer and editor. Apollo allows researchers to explore genomic annotations at many levels of detail, and to perform expert annotation curation, all in a graphical environment.

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Apollo: a sequence annotation editor2002279

ArtemisTool Content

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DNA sequence viewer and annotation tool; allows visualization of sequence features and results of analyses within the context of the sequence and its 6-frame translation; available for UNIX, Windows and Macintosh.

BabelomicsTool Content

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Babelomics is a suite of web tools for the functional annotation and analysis of groups of genes in high throughput experiments. Tools include: FatiGO, FatiGOplus, Fatiscan, Gene Set Enrichment Analysis (GSEA), Marmite, and the Tissues Mining Tool (TMT). Other tools include Biocarta pathways, Transfac and a tool de novo functional annotation of sequences.

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Bioinformatics ToolkitTool Content

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This Toolkit is a collection of a wide range of tools and links for sequence analysis, function, and structure prediction. This resource offers convienent web interfaces for many freely available 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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CARGOTool Content

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CARGO (Cancer And Related Genes Online) is a portal that uses widgets to allow users to mine literature using iHOP, retrieve disease information from OMIM, visualize 3D SNPs, query protein interactions, and view summarized gene annotation information for cancer related genes in human.

CIViC - Clinical Interpretation of Variants in CancerResource Content

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Precision medicine refers to the use of prevention and treatment strategies that are tailored to the unique features of each individual and their disease. In the context of cancer this might involve the identification of specific mutations shown to predict response to a targeted therapy. The biomedical literature describing these associations is large and growing rapidly. Realizing precision medicine will require this information to be centralized, debated and interpreted for application in the

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DGIdb - Mining the Druggable GenomeResource Content

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The Drug-Gene Interaction database (DGIdb) mines existing resources that generate hypotheses about how genes might be targeted therapeutically or prioritized for drug development. It provides an interface for searching lists of genes against a compendium of drug-gene interactions and potentially 'druggable' genes.

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Gene Set BuilderTool Content

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Gene Set Builder is a database-driven, web-based tool designed to help researchers compile, store, export, and share sets of genes. This application supports the 17 eukaryotic genomes found in version 32 of the Ensembl database, which includes species from yeast to human. User-created information such as sets and customized annotations are stored and can be shared to facilitate easy access. Gene sets stored in the system can be exported in a variety of output formats - as lists of identifiers, in tables, or as sequences.

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