Select one or more Mercator4 'User jobs' and/or 'Reference species annotations' below to view the bin count results on the tree viewer.

User jobs
Reference species annotations

Select from reference/user job proteomes to display the differences visually on the heatmap




Protein family is encoded by the mitochondrial genome in most or all plant clades
Protein family is encoded by the plastidial genome in most or all plant clades
Protein family is present only in proteome B
Protein family in proteome B contains 2+ paralogs more than in proteome A
Protein family in proteome B contains 1 paralog more than in proteome A
Protein family in both proteomes contains the same number of 1+ paralogs
Protein family in proteome B contains 1 paralog less than in proteome A
Protein family in proteome B contains 2+ paralogs less than in proteome A
Protein family is present only in proteome A
Protein family is not present in either proteome

Back

FrontPage

(You are viewing an archived version of this page. (1.8), Go to the latest version.)

Mercator4 #

  • Mercator4 is an online sequence functional classification and annotation tool.
  • Users can submit either nucleotide or protein gene sequences which are processed by the Mercator tool.
  • Mercator4 uses a combination of sensitive techniques to assign protein sequences to the corresponding categories. These techniques are optimally calibrated for each BIN and no longer require the user to provide running parameters.
  • As new classification BINs are added, the Mercator4 version number will be incremented.

Mercator4 mapping files must only be used with MapMan pathways starting with X4. (you will have to download them). Old Pathways work but will show the wrong categories.

If you find Mercator4 useful and/or want to read some background (open access of course CC-BY):

Schwacke R, Ponce-Soto GY, Krause K, Bolger AM, Arsova B, Hallab A, Gruden K, Stitt M, Bolger ME, Usadel B (2019) MapMan4: A Refined Protein Classification and Annotation Framework Applicable to Multi-Omics Data Analysis. Mol Plant. 2019 Jan 9. pii: S1674-2052(19)30008-5. doi: 10.1016/j.molp.2019.01.003.

Version History

FAQ

0 Attachments
719162 Views