ZCURVE 3.0 / ZCURVE_CoV 2.0 / ZCURVE_V 1.0
ZCURVE is a new system for recognizing protein coding genes in bacterial and archaeal genomes with highly accurate gene start prediction. The program is based on the Z curve theory of DNA sequence.
ZCURVE_CoV is a new system to recognize protein coding genes in coronavirus genomes, especially for SARS coronaviruses.
ZCURVE_V is a new self-training system to recognize protein coding genes in viral and phage genomes. Two service modes are provided, a user can either paste the virus genome into the following input window, and get the result immediately, or download the executable version of the program and run it in a local computer.
TUBIC – the Tianjin University BioInformatics Centre.
- Windows / Linux / MacOsX
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ZCURVE 3.0: identify prokaryotic genes with higher accuracy as well as automatically and accurately select essential genes.
Hua ZG, Lin Y, Yuan YZ, Yang C, Wei W, Guo FB.
Nucleic Acids Res. 2015 May 14. pii: gkv491
F.-B., Guo, H.-Y., Ou and C.-T. Zhang (2003).
ZCURVE: a new system for recognizing protein-coding genes in bacterial and archaeal genomes.
Nucleic Acids Res. 31, 1780-1789.
F. Gao, H.-Y. Ou, L.-L. Chen, W.-X. Zheng and C.-T. Zhang* (2003).
Prediction of proteinase cleavage sites in polyproteins of coronaviruses and its applications in analyzing SARS-CoV genomes.
FEBS Letters, 553, 451-456.
Guo, F.B. and Zhang, C.T.* (2005)
ZCURVE_V: A self-training system for recognizing protein-coding genes in viral and phage genomes.
BMC Bioinformatics, 7: 9.