Mass search versus NCBI's COGs database

David danova at urbanet.ch
Wed Jan 9 07:44:42 EST 2002

Actually the only way to do it with multiple sequences is to write a small
perl script that runs a blast  to the cog database. There are some scripts
ready for this that you can easily find in bioperl.
Basically you have to run a blastp against the cog database. If you are
familiar with bioperl it is very easy to do.

ps: Let me know if you need help...

"Rick Westerman" <westerman at purdue.edu> wrote in message
news:3C361775.3080500 at purdue.edu...
>    Does anyone know of a way to send a bunch of potentially incomplete
> sequences (i.e., those from a partially completed genome) through NCBI's
> COG database?   NCBI itself seems to let only single sequences to be
> analyzed at a time.
> Thanks,

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