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EMIVTKNGRRMFPVLKISVTGLDPNAMY SFLMDFVTADNNRWKYVNGEWVPGGKPE PQAPSCVYIHPDSPNFGAHWMKAPVSFS KVKLTNKMNGEGQIMLNSLHKYEPRIHI VRVGGPQKMITSHSFPETQFIAVTAYQN EEITALKIKHNPFAKAFLDAKERSDHKD FIDDAENGQQSGYSQLGNWLIPGTGSLC SSSNHHSQFGAPLSIPSSHGCERYTTLR NHRSSPYPSPYTHRNN

Sequence based
search engines

This group of search applications was developed by Mike Gilchrist and others at the Gurdon Institute, Cambridge University, UK

They allow you to search image data (mostly in situ 's for Xenopus and Ciona), literature references, and gene names and aliases, on the basis of sequence similarity.

Project page

Click here for details of project architecture and code, etc.

Citation

If you use data from any of these applications or use the underlying ideas to create other applications or similar resources, please cite: Gilchrist, MJ, et al. Evading the Annotation Bottleneck: Using Sequence Similarity to Search Non-Sequence Gene Data. BMC Bioinformatics 2008.

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XenMARK
quickLit Expression of a Xenopus homolog of Brachyury (T) is an immediate-early response to mesoderm induction Cell 67 (1), 79-87 (1991) Smith, J.C., Price, B.M., Green, J.B., Weigel, D. and Herrmann, B.G.
quickGene Xenopus tropicalis 100.0% MGC76084
Xenopus laevis 96.67% bra3-a
Gallus gallus 85.42% T
Rattus norvegicus 84.17% T_predicted