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    Resources: Anvaya workflow environment for automated genome analysis
    Submitted by Bioinformatics Group at C-DAC; posted on Friday, May 25, 2012

    The Bioinformatics Group of Centre for Development of Advanced Computing, is pleased to announce its workflow software for comparative genomics, along with NGS analysis, called "Anvaya". Anvaya is a workflow environment for automated genome analysis that provides an interface for several bioinformatics tools and databases, loosely coupled together in a coordinated system, enabling the execution of a set of analyses tools in series or in parallel.

    Anvaya offers the user, novel functionalities to carry out exhaustive comparative analysis via custom tools, which are tools with new functionality not available in standard tools, and built-in PERL parsers, which automate data-flow between tools. It provides a set of 13 predefined workflows for frequently used pipelines in genome annotation and comparative genomics ranging from EST assembly and annotation to phylogenetic reconstruction and analysis of next generation sequencing (NGS) data (both genome as well as transcriptome).

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    Please visit http://bioinfo-portal.cdac.in/anvaya.html for details and free registration.

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