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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Amiga: The Arthropodan Mitochondrial Genomes Accessible Database.
Author: Feijão, Pedro Cipriano
Neiva, Lissiene Silva
de Azeredo-Espin, Ana Maria Lima
Lessinger, Ana Cláudia
Abstract: The Arthropodan Mitochondrial Genomes Accessible database (AMiGA) is a relational database developed to help in managing access to the increasing amount of data arising from developments in arthropodan mitochondrial genomics (136 mitochondrial genomes as of September 2005). The strengths of AMiGA include (1) a more accessible and up-to-date database containing a more comprehensive set of mitochondrial genomes for this phylum, (2) the provision of flexible search options for retrieving detailed information such as bibliographical data, genomic graphics, FASTA sequences and taxonomical status, (3) the possibility of enhanced comparative analyses by multiple alignment of single or concatenated sets of genes, (4) more accurate and updated information resulting from a specific curation process called AMiGA Notes and (5) the possibility of including unpublished sequences in a password-restricted area for comparative analysis with the other sequences stored in the database. Detailed information, including an illustrated tutorial, is available from the above URL.
Subject: Animals
Computational Biology
Dna, Mitochondrial
Database Management Systems
Databases, Genetic
Citation: Bioinformatics (oxford, England). v. 22, n. 7, p. 902-3, 2006-Apr.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btl021
Date Issue: 2006
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