NIH HPC Systems: Web-based Applications
- DNAWorks - automates the design of oligonucleotides for PCR-based gene synthesis.
- AbDesigner - a tool for analyzing the amino acid sequence of
a given protein to identify optimal immunizing peptides for production of antibodies. (NHLBI/CIT collaboration)
The following applications are only available within the NIH network.
- Robust Accurate Identification (RAId) is a suite of proteomics tools for analyzing
tandem mass spectrometry data. In addition to providing accurate statistical significance assignment, RAId
offers users with different modes of data analysis: database search, generation of score distribution of all
possible peptides using different scoring functions (RAId, XCorr, Hyperscore, Kscore), and statistical
confidence reassignment. In particular, RAId's integrated knowledge databases incorporate known single amino
polymorphisms, post-translational modifications and disease information, providing dynamic information
retrieval for biomedical applications. (Yu lab, NLM)
- UCSC Genome Browser - a partial mirror containing the
reference sequences for the human genome and working drafts for the mouse and rat genomes.
- EMBOSS-Lite - Formerly GCG-Lite, the same user-friendly web interface, updated
and modified to use the EMBOSS suite of sequence analysis programs.
- Partek Flow - web interface designed specifically for the analysis needs of
next generation sequencing applications including RNA, small RNA, and DNA sequencing.