[BiO BB] Announcement: JAFA, a function prediction metaserver
idoerg at burnham.org
Wed Dec 14 21:18:01 EST 2005
The Godzik lab at the Burnham Institute for Medical Research is happy to
announce a new function prediction meta-server: Joint Assembly of
Functional Annotation (JAFA). JAFA accepts a protein sequence, queries
several function prediction servers, and presents the results in an easy
to read display. Function predictions are shown as Gene Ontology (GO)
terms. You can see at a glance which program predicted which function,
and a prediction score. You can further click through to the predicting
servers themselves, or receive an overall graphic view of the location
of the predicted terms in the GO graph. A downloadable XML file enables
the incorporation of JAFA into your own workflow.
Please go here:
We hope you will find JAFA useful and interesting. It is still quite
beta-ish, so feature requests and bug reports are more than welcome.
jafateam at gmail.com
With your praises and rants.
In the next few weeks we aim to add more servers to the JAFA set of
queried servers. Suggestions are most welcome. In the future, we will
enable the querying of function to structure predictors as well.
Please pass this email along to your friends, and post it on mailing
lists you deem relevant.
Iddo Friedberg and Tim Harder
Iddo Friedberg, Ph.D.
Burnham Institute for Medical Research
10901 N. Torrey Pines Rd.
La Jolla, CA 92037 USA
Tel: +1 (858) 646 3100 x3516
Fax: +1 (858) 713 9949
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