FACIL: Fast and Accurate Genetic Code Inference and Logo

@inproceedings{Dutilh2011FACILFA,
  title={FACIL: Fast and Accurate Genetic Code Inference and Logo},
  author={Bas E. Dutilh and Rasa Jurgelenaite and Radek Szklarczyk and Sacha A. F. T. van Hijum and Harry R. Harhangi and Markus Schmid and Bart de Wild and Kees-Jan Françoijs and Henk Stunnenberg and Marc Strous and Mike S. M. Jetten and Huub J. M. Op den Camp and Martijn A. Huynen},
  booktitle={Bioinformatics},
  year={2011}
}
MOTIVATION The intensification of DNA sequencing will increasingly unveil uncharacterized species with potential alternative genetic codes. A total of 0.65% of the DNA sequences currently in Genbank encode their proteins with a variant genetic code, and these exceptions occur in many unrelated taxa. RESULTS We introduce FACIL (Fast and Accurate genetic Code Inference and Logo), a fast and reliable tool to evaluate nucleic acid sequences for their genetic code that detects alternative codes… CONTINUE READING
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