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Opis strony GeneLang
(proszę korzystać z oryginalnej strony, bo poniżej jest tylko atrapa)

GenLang Request Form


 

Grammar

Select from these pre-written grammars: 
[Protein-encoding genes may require several minutes.]


 

Species

Select a phylogenetic classification: 
[This field applies only to protein-encoding genes.]


 

Timeout

Select timeout: 
[This field applies only to protein-encoding genes.]


 

Input Sequence

Enter a GenBank Locus Name or Accession: 
OR enter your own sequence:
 

  • Orientation: forward reverse


 
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GenlangMaster@cbil.humgen.upenn.edu.

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GenLang is a syntactic pattern recognition system, which uses the tools and techniques of computational linguistics to find genes and other higher-order features in biological sequnce data. Patterns are specified by means of rule sets called grammars, and a general purpose parser, implemented in the logic programming language Prolog, then performs the search. GenLang is described in the paper "Gene Structure Prediction by Linguistic Methods" (Dong, S. and Searls, D.B. (1994) Genomics 23:540-551).