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BioExtract harnesses the power of online informatics tools for creating and customizing workflows. Users can query online sequence data, analyze it using a broad array of informatics tools (web service or desktop), create and share custom workflows for repeated analysis, and save the resulting data and workflows in standardized reports. Help pages are available.
PlantGDB implements the standard NCBI BLAST as its search engine. Search against single or multiple BLAST databases simultaneously. Up to 100 query sequences can be submitted in batch mode. A tutorial is available.
The Distributed Annotation System (DAS) server at PlantGDB allows remote genome browsers to access PlantGDB annotations.
FindPrimers is a tool for identifying PCR primers for Ds transposon insertions in maize using the Primer3 program.
A parallel processor version of GeneSeqer is now available for larger runs (greater than 500 kb).
MuSeqBox is a program designed for examining multi-query sequence BLAST output (precomputed or user-input). MuSeqBox extracts the informative parameters of BLAST hits, saves them in tabular form in either text or HTML format, and will filter BLAST hits according to user-specified criteria. Help pages are available.
Patternsearch searches patterns in genome sequence, ie. short matches possibly interspersed with mismatches and indels.
ProbeMatch allows the user to query your sequence against PLEXdb Probe Sequences. Use this tool to match your sequence(s) against the probe sequences by the Vmatch technology. The result will tell you if there is a match and where the match occurs.
The TableMaker tool can query PlantGDB's Plant Sequence database with an easy-to use GUI interface.