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Software: Genoogle: Similar DNA Sequences Search Engine
Submitted by Felipe Albrecht; posted on Thursday, February 03, 2011 (1 comment)
Submitter Genoogle is a search engine for similar genetics sequences. It uses parallel computing and indexing techniques and it is completely open source. It has a console interface with a simples scripting language, (simple) web interface, and web services support.

Contributions, forks, sugestions and projects that use Genoogles are welcome.

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Please check its home page at http://genoogle.pih.bio.br/ for all questions, downloads, groups and documentation.

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google and blast
Submitted by Giovanni M. Dall'Olio; posted on Wednesday, February 16, 2011
I was making a list of all the analogies between Google and Blast in my blog: - http://bioinfoblog.it/2011/01/blast-is-the-equivalent-of-google-but-for-searching-sequences/



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google and blast
Submitted by Giovanni M. Dall'Olio; posted on Wednesday, February 16, 2011
I was making a list of all the analogies between Google and Blast in my blog: - http://bioinfoblog.it/2011/01/blast-is-the-equivalent-of-google-but-for-searching-sequences/

 

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