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  MOSGA: Modular open-source genome annotator

Martin, R., Hackl, T., Hattab, G., Fischer, M. G., & Heider, D. (2020). MOSGA: Modular open-source genome annotator. arXiv, 2009.03758, pp. 1-5.

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Martin, Roman, Author
Hackl, Thomas1, Author              
Hattab, George, Author
Fischer, Matthias G.1, Author              
Heider, Dominik, Author
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 Abstract: The generation of high-quality assemblies, even for large eukaryotic genomes, has become a routine task for many biologists thanks to recent advances in sequencing technologies. However, the annotation of these assemblies - a crucial step towards unlocking the biology of the organism of interest - has remained a complex challenge that often requires advanced bioinformatics expertise. Here we present MOSGA, a genome annotation framework for eukaryotic genomes with a user-friendly web-interface that generates and integrates annotations from various tools. The aggregated results can be analyzed with a fully integrated genome browser and are provided in a format ready for submission to NCBI. MOSGA is built on a portable, customizable, and easily extendible Snakemake backend, and thus, can be tailored to a wide range of users and projects. We provide MOSGA as a publicly free available web service at https://mosga.mathematik.uni-marburg.de and as a docker container at registry.gitlab.com/mosga/mosga:latest. Source code can be found at https://gitlab.com/mosga/mosga

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Language(s): eng - English
 Dates: 2020-09-092020-09-082020-09-09
 Publication Status: Published online
 Pages: 5
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