Resource:Phylogenetic Clusters of Orthologous Groups Ranking
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The COG-database has become a powerful tool in the field of comparative genomics. The construction of this data-base is based on sequence homologies of proteins from different completely sequenced genomes. Highly homologous proteins are assigned to clusters of orthologous groups. The updated collection of orthologous protein sets for prokaryotes and eukaryotes is expected to be a useful platform for functional annotation of newly sequenced genomes, including those of complex eukaryotes, and genome-wide evolutionary studies.
|Keywords:||elegans, encephalitozoon, eukaryote, evolutionary, fly, fruit, fungus, gene, general genomics databases, animal, arabidopsis, caenorhabditis, cerevisiae, classification, comparative, cuniculi, drosophila, genome, genomic, homo, homology, intracellular, melanogaster, microsporidian, nematode, organism, ortholog, orthologous, parasite, pattern, phyletic, phylogenetic, plant, pombe, prokaryote, protein, saccharomyces, sapiens, schizosaccharomyces, sequence, thaliana, tool, unicellular|
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The COG-database has become a powe …
ary stability of eukaryotic genomes.
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|Keywords||Elegans +, Encephalitozoon +, Eukaryote +, Evolutionary +, Fly +, Fruit +, Fungus +, Gene +, General genomics databases +, Animal +, Arabidopsis +, Caenorhabditis +, Cerevisiae +, Classification +, Comparative +, Cuniculi +, Drosophila +, Genome +, Genomic +, Homo +, Homology +, Intracellular +, Melanogaster +, Microsporidian +, Nematode +, Organism +, Ortholog +, Orthologous +, Parasite +, Pattern +, Phyletic +, Phylogenetic +, Plant +, Pombe +, Prokaryote +, Protein +, Saccharomyces +, Sapiens +, Schizosaccharomyces +, Sequence +, Thaliana +, Tool +, and Unicellular +|
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