provides an alternate view to genome
annotations by fetching a region of
the genome specified by a user's search
criteria and presents the specified
landmarks to the user in a detailed
view containing one or more horizontal
tracks representing individual sequence
features for that area. The user is
free to zoom in and out according to
the level of magnification/resolution
desired. Landmarks on each track usually
contain a link to detailed information
on additional websites.
reactions and biochemical pathways in
Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1.
PseudoCyc contains information on
P. aeruginosa PAO1 genes and proteins
along with 821 enzymatic reactions and
141 biochemical pathways involving 738
enzymes and 651 compounds.
Mauve is a genome alignment tool designed to efficiently construct and view
multiple genome alignments in the presence of large-scale evolutionary
events. The Mauve viewer displays genomes
as horizontal tracks aligned by matching genome sections. Pre-computed alignments
for Pseudomonas aeruginosa, fluorescens, putida and syringae
are available for viewing.
Aaron C.E. Darling, Bob Mau, Frederick R. Blatter, and Nicole T. Perna. 2004. Mauve: multiple alignment of conserved genomic sequence with rearrangements. Genome Research. 14(7):1394-1403.
||WebACT provides a database of sequence comparisons between all publicly available prokaryotic genome sequences, allowing the on-line visualisation of comparisons between up to five genomic sequences, using the Artemis Comparison Tool (ACT) developed by the Sanger Institute.
Abbott JC, Aanensen DM, Bentley SD, 2007 (Pubmed)
||Perform BLAST searches
against nucleotide and protein sequence
databaes from all genomes in this database.
Results can be viewed using our interface
that allows you to sort results and
add annotations associated with each
high-scoring pair to a clipboard for comparison.
BLAST search page
|Search for DNA motifs
search tool accepts an IUPAC-formatted
variable length DNA sequence and converts
it into a regular expression used to
search the Pseudomonas genome sequences. Upon search completion,
an online report or downloadable tab-delimited
file is produced containing information
on all regions the motif is found in.
DNA motif search page
|Retrieve Sequence Data
(Protein and DNA)
1) Retrieve specific genomic DNA
sequences from all genomes in the
database using coordinates specified
in your search criteria. User has
option to view reverse complement
of the sequence and/or its translation.
2) Request the DNA or protein sequence
of an ORF by specifying its Locus ID.
Sequence retrieval page