[BiO BB] COGs
mkgovindis at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 8 05:44:59 EDT 2004
You could do a simple protein blast of
COG regions -- > in genome 1 with the other genome.
You could also subject both the genomes to domain
analysis and identify /compare domains.
Is there anything specific you are looking for ???
--- "Tucker, James" <j.d.tucker at vla.defra.gsi.gov.uk>
> Hi All,
> I'm looking in to regions of differences in 2
> In order to help me simplify and understand the
> information I'm looking at
> the COG groups that they fall into.
> However one of the Genomes does not have COGs
> details on the NCBI site.
> Can anyone tell me of an alternative ?
> I've tried DDBJ but couldn't find any COG details.
> Thanks in advance for any help.
> James Tucker
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