AutoSequin is designed to speed up the process of submitting HIV sequences to GenBank via NCBI’s Sequin program. It is ideal for the batch sequence submission. It makes a special formated table required for running NCBI’s tbl2asn program to generate .sqn file for submission to GenBank.
Sequin is a stand-alone software tool developed by the NCBI for submitting and updating entries to the GenBank, EMBL, and DDBJ sequence databases. It is capable of handling simple submissions that contain a single short mRNA sequence, and complex submissions containing long sequences, multiple annotations, gapped sequences, or phylogenetic and population studies.
PubCrawler is a free “alerting” service that scans daily updates to the NCBI Medline (PubMed) and GenBank databases. PubCrawler helps keeping scientists informed of the current contents of Medline and GenBank, by listing new database entries that match their research interests.
Genbank_to_Fasta is designed to accept a GenBank or EMBL format file, and convert it to a FASTA file. You have control over what kind of sequence gets extracted, and how the header line is written. Select a GenBank or EMBL format file to upload containing a feature table. Select the file format. Choose the delimiter characters that will separate the qualifiers from one another in the header line. Select whether to extract translated amino acid sequences, DNA sequence for each feature, or the entire DNA sequence of the whole record. To choose how your header line appears, designate the names of the qualifiers, one per field, in the order that you want them to appear in the FASTA header line.
GenBank2Treedyn etract annotations from GenBank files for:
More convenient alignments and phylogeny (replace def line of fasta file by GI number)
Extremely powerfull annotations of phylogenetic trees with TreeDyn.
Vector NTI Viewer, a freeware program, allows scientists to study and analyze biological molecules. It incorporates a small subset of functions from the much more sophisticated Vector NTI Suite software.Vector NTI Viewer can read Vector NTI Molecule Documents, and molecule data from GenBank, EMBL or FASTA files. You may also paste molecule descriptions in one of the above formats from the Clipboard. In addition, the Viewer can read plain nucleotide sequence data form ASCII file or the Clipboard, automatically creating a virtual annotated molecule for that nucleotide sequence.