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Functional metagenomic selections represent a powerful technique that is widely applied for identification of novel genes from complex metagenomic sources. However, whereas hundreds to thousands of clones can be easily generated and sequenced over a few days of experiments, analyzing the data is time consuming and constitutes a major bottleneck for experimental researchers in the field. Here we present the deFUME web server, an easy-to-use web-based interface for processing, annotation and visualization of functional metagenomics sequencing data, tailored to meet the requirements of non-bioinformaticians. The web-server integrates multiple analysis steps into one single workflow: read assembly, open reading frame prediction, and annotation with BLAST, InterPro and GO classifiers. Analysis results are visualized in an online dynamic web-interface. The deFUME webserver provides a fast track from raw sequence to a comprehensive visual data overview that facilitates effortless inspection of gene function, clustering and distribution. The webserver is available at cbs.dtu.dk/services/deFUME/and the source code is distributed at github.com/EvdH0/deFUME.
|Journal||BMC Research Notes|
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
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- Functional metagenomics
- Web services
- Sequence analysis
- Gene ontology
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BacTory: Biorefinery Training Platform: Bacterial Factories for Sustainable Chemical and Drug Production
Molin, S., Nørholm, M., Cavaleiro, M., Machado, H., Wendel, S., van der Helm, E., Bojanovic, K., Vazquez Albacete, D., D'Arrigo, I., Li, S., Yang, X., Redl, S. M. A., Pogrebnyakov, I., Lehning, C. E., Giubergia, S., Calero Valdayo, P. M. & Lohmann, R.
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