GI-POP: a combinational annotation and genomic island prediction pipeline for ongoing microbial genome projects.

@article{Lee2013GIPOPAC,
  title={GI-POP: a combinational annotation and genomic island prediction pipeline for ongoing microbial genome projects.},
  author={Chi-Ching Lee and Yi-Ping Phoebe Chen and Tzu-Jung Yao and Cheng-Yu Ma and Wei-Cheng Lo and Ping-Chiang Lyu and Chuan Yi Tang},
  journal={Gene},
  year={2013},
  volume={518 1},
  pages={114-23}
}
Sequencing of microbial genomes is important because of microbial-carrying antibiotic and pathogenetic activities. However, even with the help of new assembling software, finishing a whole genome is a time-consuming task. In most bacteria, pathogenetic or antibiotic genes are carried in genomic islands. Therefore, a quick genomic island (GI) prediction method is useful for ongoing sequencing genomes. In this work, we built a Web server called GI-POP (http://gipop.life.nthu.edu.tw) which… CONTINUE READING

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