Blast2GO PRO

Blast2GO PRO is a methodology for the functional annotation and analysis of gene or protein sequences.

The method uses local sequence alignments (BLAST) to find similar sequences (potential homologs) for one or several input sequences. The program extracts all GO terms associated to each of the obtained hits and returns an evaluated GO annotation for the query sequence(s). Enzyme codes are obtained by mapping from equivalent GOs while InterPro motifs can directly be queried at the InterProScan web service. A basic annotation process with Blast2GO PRO consists of 3 steps: blasting, mapping, and annotation. These steps are described in the manual including further explanations and information on additional functions.

Blast2GO PRO main features:

  • Gene Ontology Mapping of Blast results
  • Functional Annotation
  • InterProScan Domain Searches
  • GO-Slim Reduction
  • Statistics Charts
  • Various data import and export formats

Application note: Whole genome functional annotation of Solanum lycopersicum

For further information, please visit the Blast2GO website.

 

Publications

A. Conesa, S. Götz, J. M. Garcia-Gomez, J. Terol, M. Talon and M. Robles. “Blast2GO: a universal tool for annotation, visualization and analysis in functional genomics research”, Bioinformatics, Vol. 21, September, 2005, pp. 3674-3676.
A. Conesa and S. Götz. “Blast2GO: A Comprehensive Suite for Functional Analysis in Plant Genomics”, International Journal of Plant Genomics, Vol. 2008. 2008, pp. 1-13.
S. Götz et al. “High-throughput functional annotation and data mining with the Blast2GO suite”, Nucleic Acids Research, Vol. 36, June, 2008, pp. 3420-3435.
S. Götz et al. “B2G-FAR, a species centered GO annotation repository”, Bioinformatics, Vol. 27 (7), 2011, pp. 919-924. (675 characters)

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