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What's Genome Profile DataBase (GPDB) ?

GPDB has been developed to provide and compare features of the fully sequenced organisms in a graphic and easy-reading way. We focus on these prokaryotes including bacteria and archaea. In this post-genome era, we try to grab the information derived from both nucleotide and protein sequence in a genome-wide scale. We provide some "Genome Profile", develop on-line graphic browsing interface and use hierarchical clustering method to compare and view the difference between these organisms. The original sequence data and annotations are from NCBI GeneBank and RefSeq databases. The species name system is from Taxonomy database. We wrote the perl program called "Genome Profile Pipeline" which can automatically mirror data from NCBI ftp site and continue to parse, caculate, and analyse data.

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