Computational Microbiology Laboratory

Predicted Highly eXpressed and Putative Alien genes

  • If your genome has more than one chromosome or megaplasmid, go here.

  • For a brief explanation how to use this program and how to read the output files, go here.

  • To learn more about PHX and PA genes check some relevant references.

  • Known bugs

  • Note: this is a free service provided without any warranty explicit or implied.

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Step 1: upload the sequence and annotations in GenBank format (example):


(for complete prokaryotic genomes download .gbk files here)

IMPORTANT: the exact format of the input files is essential. In particular, the 'CDS' lines have to include exactly five leading spaces followed by CDS and 13 additional spaces.

 

Step 2: upload ribosomal protein annotations (example):

Step 3: upload chaperone annotations (example):

Step 4: upload translation/transcription factor annotations (example):

Step 5: choose genetic code:

 

Standard
Mycoplasma (TGA translates as Trp)

 

Step 6: choose format for graphic output:

 

pdf
ps (PostScript)

 

Step 7: enter the EMAIL address where you would like to receive the results:

 

 

Step 8: click Submit to complete your request:

 

Note: please click Submit button just ONCE. It may take several minutes to process your request.

 

CMBL is part of the Department of Microbiology and the Institute of Bioinformatics at the University of Georgia.

Computational Microbiology laboratory, Department of Microbiology, 550 Biological Sciences, Athens, GA 30602-2605