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UMR5558 prokaryotes phylogeny webserver

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Three websites are hosted on this webserver
  • The leBIBI family: phylogeny of the prokaryotes based on single genes.
    leBIBI-QBPP The Quick Bioinformatic Phylogeny of Prokaryotes is designed to reconstruct the phylogeny of an Archaea or a Bacteria from its nucleic acid sequence (the submission of batches of sequences is also possible). leBIBI QBPP is also giving the useful informations on species identification if it is needed.
    leBIBI-PPF SSU-rDNA phylogeny of Prokaryotes. It enables to reconstruct SSU-rDNA (16S) driven phylogenies of the prokaryotes on the fly. The WEB interface allows to submit a list of (nomenclature levels-databases) and to collect the corresponding sequences. The leBIBI-PPF engine then seach the sequences that are closely-related to each member of the list on the basis of a similarity BLAST search and reconstruct the phylogeny of the set of the query including the recruited sequences. The last step uses a simple phylogenetic tree-viewer and taxonomy-level oriented editor.
  • RiboDB: The prokaryotes ribosomal proteins database.
    RiboDB \TEALS Fast and easy retrieval of ribosomal proteins sequences from NCBI RefSeq complete prokaryotic genome sequences.
    The new DB creation engine (TEALS) is rapidly described on the main page.
    The web interface is also very different and hopefully easy to work with.
    Currently the ribosomal proteins of nearly 70,000 genomes are available. Extraction speed make it possible to extract all the riboproteins of our DB in less than a minute.
    We are facing problems to extend the number of genomes with the initial riboDB engine. The late October version of this DB is still available on request.
  • MUBII Detection of mutations toward resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis from a sequence (Sanger or Sanger-like)
    MUBII tuberculosis
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