AUGUSTUS is a program that predicts genes in eukaryotic genomic sequences. It can be run on this web server, on a new web server for larger input files or be downloaded and run locally. It is open source so you can compile it for your computing platform. You can now run AUGUSTUS on the German MediGRID. This enables you to submit larger sequence files and allows to use protein homology information in the prediction. The MediGRID requires an instant easy registration by email for first-time users.

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  1. Tillquist, Richard C.; Lladser, Manuel E.: Low-dimensional representation of genomic sequences (2019)
  2. Carugo, Oliviero (ed.); Eisenhaber, Frank (ed.): Data mining techniques for the life sciences (2016)
  3. Axelson-Fisk, Marina: Comparative gene finding. Models, algorithms and implementation (2015)
  4. Brown, Daniel G.; Truszkowski, Jakub: New decoding algorithms for hidden Markov models using distance measures on labellings (2010) ioport
  5. Keller, Oliver: Probabilistic methods for computational annotation of genomic sequences (2010)
  6. Stanke, Mario; Keller, Oliver; Gunduz, Irfan; Hayes, Alec; Waack, Stephan; Morgenstern, Burkhard: AUGUSTUS: \textitabinitio prediction of alternative transcripts. (2006) ioport
  7. Stanke, Mario; Morgenstern, Burkhard: AUGUSTUS: a web server for gene prediction in eukaryotes that allows user-defined constraints. (2005) ioport
  8. Stanke, Mario; Steinkamp, Rasmus; Waack, Stephan; Morgenstern, Burkhard: AUGUSTUS: a web server for gene finding in eukaryotes. (2004) ioport
  9. Stanke, Mario: Gene prediction with a hidden Markov model. (2003)

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