BIG Search

BIG Search is a scalable text search engine built based on ElasticSearch (a highly scalable open-source full-text search and analytics engine based on Apache Lucene). It features cross-domain search and facilitates users to gain access to a wide range of biomedical data, not only from BIGD databases but also partner databases throughout the world.

e.g., PRJCA000126;SAMC000385;tp53;EGFR; human; KaKs_Calculator; GenBank

All databases: 73003

tool: Do-It-Yourself Annotator

  • basicInfo: shotgun sequencing, and produce an annotated sequence in Genbank file format as output

tool: Prokaryotic Repeats Annotation Program

  • basicInfo: their protein functions. However, <30% of the prokaryotic genomes submitted to GenBank contain partial,)/GenBank feature table format for reading and displaying in Artemis, where it can be combined or

tool: ISQuest

  • basicInfo: in GenBank and were capable of detecting 82% of the ISs and transposases annotated in GenBank with 80% sequence identity.abiswas@cs.odu.edu.

tool: BioRuby

  • basicInfo: and public web services, including BLAST, KEGG, GenBank, MEDLINE and GO. BioRuby comes with a

tool: Circleator

  • basicInfo: gene annotation and DNA sequence data from a GenBank flat file, (ii) displaying patterns of gene

tool: ESTprep

  • basicInfo: improvement in accurate EST feature identification and fidelity of results submitted to GenBank. AVAILABILITY

tool: FACIL genetic code prediction tool

  • basicInfo: potential alternative genetic codes. A total of 0.65% of the DNA sequences currently in Genbank encode

tool: Bioclojure

  • basicInfo: UniProtXML, Genbank XML, FASTA and FASTQ. In addition, it provides wrappers for key analysis programs

tool: Genome Annotation Transfer Utility

  • basicInfo: genomes have been sequenced. However, many of these have been deposited in GenBank without, as a GenBank, EMBL or XML-format file. The software is coded in Java and runs on a variety of

tool: PromoterExplorer

  • basicInfo: databases, including the EPD, DBTSS, GenBank and human chromosome 22. Experimental results show that consistent and promising performance can be achieved.