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    started a topic Announcing fastannot NR-based annotation service

    Announcing fastannot NR-based annotation service

    Hello,

    We are pleased to announce our new service fastannot, a cloud-based annotation service which aims to eliminate the bottleneck of annotating genomic sequence against the NR database.

    Fastannot performs 6-frame alignment to NR followed by annotation with GO, EC, Kegg, Pfam, and UniprotKB terms. The turnaround time is approximately one hour per 15Mb of data (=30,000 sequences of average length 500bp).

    The output is designed for maximum downstream convenience, providing four different file formats: tabular, blast-standard, xml, and the .annot format which can be imported into Blast2GO. Two NR subsets are also supported, bacterial and non-bacterial.

    The fastannot service is not free, however the cost is not high: $45 for 50,000 500bp transcripts, against the full NR database. Please visit our website http://www.fastannot.com or email [email protected] for further information.

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