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Type: Galaxy

Creators: None

Submitter: Ignacio Eguinoa

The tutorial for this workflow can be found on Galaxy Training Network

Type: Galaxy

Creators: None

Submitter: Bert Droesbeke

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Common Workflow Language example that illustrate the process of setting up a simulation system containing a protein, step by step, using the BioExcel Building Blocks library (biobb). The particular example used is the Lysozyme protein (PDB code 1AKI).

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creators: None

Submitter: Robin Long

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The tutorial for this workflow can be found on Galaxy Training Network

Type: Galaxy

Creator: Anne Claire Fouilloux

Submitter: Bert Droesbeke

Stable

VIRify is a recently developed pipeline for the detection, annotation, and taxonomic classification of viral contigs in metagenomic and metatranscriptomic assemblies. The pipeline is part of the repertoire of analysis services offered by MGnify. VIRify’s taxonomic classification relies on the detection of taxon-specific profile hidden Markov models (HMMs), built upon a set of 22,014 orthologous protein domains and referred to as ViPhOGs.

Type: Nextflow

Creator: Martín Beracochea

Submitter: Laura Rodriguez-Navas

Stable

VIRify is a recently developed pipeline for the detection, annotation, and taxonomic classification of viral contigs in metagenomic and metatranscriptomic assemblies. The pipeline is part of the repertoire of analysis services offered by MGnify. VIRify’s taxonomic classification relies on the detection of taxon-specific profile hidden Markov models (HMMs), built upon a set of 22,014 orthologous protein domains and referred to as ViPhOGs.

Type: Common Workflow Language

Creator: Martín Beracochea

Submitter: Laura Rodriguez-Navas

No description specified

Type: Nextflow

Creator: Andreas Wilm, October SESSIONS, Paola Florez DE SESSIONS, ZHU Yuan, Shuzhen SIM, CHU Wenhan Collins, Ignacio

Submitter: Bert Droesbeke

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