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Genome Annotation Transfer Utility
Genome Annotation Transfer Utility (GATU) annotates a genome based on a very closely related reference genome. The proteins/mature peptides of the reference genome are BLASTed against the genome to be annotated in order to find the genes/mature peptides in the genome to be annotated.
Note 1: The program has trouble with spliced genes!!
Note 2: If you have problems with GATU on WindowsOS, try a Mac! There are slight differences with Java that might cause problems! We test on Macs.
If you’re new to GATU click on the launch button (on the right) and use the Quick Start Page to learn the basics (or if you’re like us… just start clicking!).
The VBRC also provides additional help resources for GATU:
- How to doc; short descriptions of certain analyses you might want to do.
- VBRC Help Book; our comprehensive reference manual.
- FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
- Finally, just email us a question and we’ll gladly help you out.
If you use this resource please cite the relevant papers (publication list).
Tcherepanov, T., Ehlers, A. and Upton, C. 2006.
Genome Annotation Transfer Utility (GATU): Rapid annotation of viral genomes using a closely related reference genome. BMC Genomics 7:150.
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