Finding and annotating the genes and regulatory elements on a sequence can often prove to be a challenge without a centralized tool for evaluating multiple analysis methods. GeneQuest’s comprehensive set of analytical methods facilitate gene discovery and gene annotation by identifying ORFs, predicting coding regions, and analyzing the structure and composition of your sequence, all on a centralized assay surface. GeneQuest locates repetitive portions of your sequence and lets you display restriction sites and features, plot base frequency and base skew, and predict RNA folding and localized DNA bending, enabling you to easily identify and annotate genes.
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Please see our resources below for more information on the gene discovery and gene annotation tools in GeneQuest.
What file types can I import into GeneQuest?
In addition to supporting output from most Lasergene applications, GeneQuest also accepts ABI, DNA Multi-Seq, FASTA, GenBank, Phred, RNA Fold files, .scf, .fof, and .zip files.
How can I export a publication-quality image of my annotated sequence from GeneQuest?
GeneQuest works in conjunction with GenVision to produce publication-quality images of your annotated sequences. Export your project in GenVision format by selecting File>Export as GenVision Project.
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