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EVEREST

swMATH ID: 22975
Software Authors: Portugaly E, Linial N, Linial M
Description: EVEREST: a collection of evolutionary conserved protein domains. Protein domains are subunits of proteins that recur throughout the protein world. There are many definitions attempting to capture the essence of a protein domain, and several systems that identify protein domains and classify them into families. EVEREST, recently described in Portugaly et al. (2006) BMC Bioinformatics, 7, 277, is one such system that performs the task automatically, using protein sequence alone. Herein we describe EVEREST release 2.0, consisting of 20,029 families, each defined by one or more HMMs. The current EVEREST database was constructed by scanning UniProt 8.1 and all PDB sequences (total over 3,000,000 sequences) with each of the EVEREST families. EVEREST annotates 64
Homepage: http://www.everest.cs.huji.ac.il/
Related Software: UniProt; ClustalW; HMMER; Hetero; SplitsTree; MrBayes; Tracer; MulRF; iGTP; TOPAL; ExaBayes; CLANN; BMGE; RAPSearch2; INDELible; PhyloBayes MPI; RDP2; LDDist; Bio++; SeqVis
Cited in: 1 Publication

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2 Publications describing the Software Year
EVEREST: a collection of evolutionary conserved protein domains.
Portugaly, Elon; Linial, Nathan; Linial, Michal
2007
EVEREST: Automatic identification and classification of protein domains in all protein sequences
Portugaly, Elon; Harel, Amir; Linial, Nathan; Linial, Michal
2006

Cited by 1 Author

1 Keith, Jonathan M.

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