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Taxoblast download for Windows

Free download Taxoblast Windows app to run online win Wine in Ubuntu online, Fedora online or Debian online

This is the Windows app named Taxoblast whose latest release can be downloaded as Taxoblast1.21beta.jar. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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Taxoblast


DESCRIPTION

Raw genomic sequences are frequently contaminated with sequences of other organism. Their identification is essential for the interpretation of genomic data. In this context it is essential to distinguish between horizontal gene transfers and contamination. The genomic context of sequences can help distinguish the two scenarios. Taxoblast splits genomic scaffolds into sub-sequences of defined length and for each of them determines the closest related taxon. It then summarizes this information for the entire scaffold, taking into account the taxonomic ontology. Scaffolds that exclusively match potential contaminants may be safely removed while sequences matching partially contaminants and partially the target organism may constitute horizontal transfers or assembly artifacts and need to be examined manually.



Audience

Science/Research


User interface

Java Swing


Programming Language

Java


Categories

Bio-Informatics

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