Genome2D webserver for analysis and visualization of bacterial genomes and transcriptome data
by Anne de Jong, Molecular Genetics, Linnaeusborg 7, University of Groningen
What is Genome2D?
Genome2D is a collection of Bioinformatics tools that make live of a biologist and/or bioinformatician easy when performing prokaryote genomics analysis. This webserver gives access to all publically available fully sequenced bacterial genomes. In addition, we re-annotated all genomes to build a database for functional analysis of RNA-seq and DNA microarray data.
Commonly used operations such as reformatting DNA and Protein files, aligning tables, getting multiple DNA fragments, retrieving annotations of gene lists etc. can be found in the Main menu and in the Toolbox.
At Molecular Genetics of the University of Groningen we have special interest in genomics and transcriptomics of Gram-positive bacteria such as;
Lactococcus lactis, Bacillus subtilis, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Bacillus cereus and Enterococcus feacalis.
Night view of the Zernike campus of the University of Groningen. Photography: Anne de Jong
keywords: bacteria, prokaryote, genomics, genomes, database, operons, promoters, terminators, intergenic regions, DNA motif mining, transcriptomics, blast, prediction, DNA microarray, RNAseq analysis, functional analysis, classification, KEGG pathways, COG, GO, InterPro, regulons, normalisation, limma, visualisation, genome map, genomic tools, table conversions, fasta, tab delimited, aligning tables, data handling