GIST: Genomic island suite of tools for predicting genomic islands in genomic sequences

@article{Hasan2012GISTGI,
  title={GIST: Genomic island suite of tools for predicting genomic islands in genomic sequences},
  author={M. Hasan and Qi Liu and H. Wang and John Fazekas and B. Chen and Dongsheng Che},
  journal={Bioinformation},
  year={2012},
  volume={8},
  pages={203 - 205}
}
  • M. Hasan, Qi Liu, +3 authors Dongsheng Che
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Bioinformation
  • Genomic Islands (GIs) are genomic regions that are originally from other organisms, through a process known as Horizontal Gene Transfer (HGT). Detection of GIs plays a significant role in biomedical research since such align genomic regions usually contain important features, such as pathogenic genes. We have developed a use friendly graphic user interface, Genomic Island Suite of Tools (GIST), which is a platform for scientific users to predict GIs. This software package includes five commonly… CONTINUE READING
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