For the discovery of newly applicable genes and biomolecules, the function of the genes present within a genome must be determined. This can be done by rational classification of the genes based on a curated database. We use two different databases for this: the Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) and the database of Clusters of Orthologous Groups of proteins (COG). Unlike public databases, these databases are curated, which means that the database content is managed and validated by experts. With BaseClear BiaNomics’ gene function analysis service, you can benefit from the added value of these curated databases.
The results of the gene function analysis will be provided in an interactive genome browser, offering you the possibility to search and visualize your data.
Derek is director of our genome analysis and synthetic biology department. In addition to this he works on a number of collaborative research projects with the objective to develop novel and more efficient DNA-related services.
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