Restauro-G is an open-source rapid genome re-annotation software system , specialized for bacterial genomes. Restauro-G re-annotates a genome by similarity searches utilizing the BLAST-Like Alignment Tool, referring to protein databases such as UniProt KB, NCBI nr, NCBI COGs, Pfam, and PSORTb. Re-annotation by Restauro-G achieved over 98% accuracy for most bacterial chromosomes in comparison with the original manually curated annotation of EMBL releases
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Satoshi Tamaki, Kazuharu Arakawa*, Nobuaki Kono, and Masaru Tomita.
“Restauro-G: A Rapid Genome Re-Annotation System for Comparative Genomics”
Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics. 2007 Feb;5(1):53-8.