Megan Smedinghoff

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The fast pace of bacterial genome sequencing and the resulting dependence on highly automated annotation methods has driven the development of many genome-wide analysis tools. OperonDB, first released in 2001, is a database containing the results of a computational algorithm for locating operon structures in microbial genomes. OperonDB has grown from 34(More)
The Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at the University of Maryland has produced operon and terminator prediction databases for all sequenced prokaryotic genomes. Results indicate that considering the two databases together would improve the accuracy of both sets of predictions. I present suggestions as to how the information from the two(More)
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