Segway contains a novel method for analyzing multiple tracks of functional genomics data. Our method uses a dynamic Bayesian network (DBN) model, which enables it to analyze the entire genome at 1-bp resolution even in the face of heterogeneous patterns of missing data. This method is the first application of DBN techniques to genome-scale data and the first genomic segmentation method designed for use with the maximum resolution data available from ChIP-seq experiments without downsampling.
Apollo is the first instantaneous, collaborative genomic annotation editor available on the Web.
Web Apollo is designed to support geographically dispersed researchers, and the work of a distributed community is coordinated through automatic synchronization: all edits in one client are instantly pushed to all other clients, allowing users to see annotation updates from collaborators in real-time during the editing process.
Pathoscope takes a next-generation sequencing reads from a mixture sample of multiple strains of genomes and it predicts which genomes potentially belongs there. Different from most of approach including composition method or similarity search with a daunting task of de novo assembly, the software applies the propagation of evidence in the Bayesian framework to an initial alignment result and reassign an correct membership of mapping by using the expectation and maximization algorithm.
Clinical Pathoscope is a program to identify pathogens/commensals/contaminants in unassembled sequencing reads.
CRISPR-DO is a web application for the Design and Optimization of guide sequences in several genomes (human, mouse, fly, worm and zebrafish). CRISPR-DO integrates an sgRNA efficiency prediction model (Xu, et al., 2015) and an off-target scoring function (Hsu, et al., 2013), which allow the users to evaluate the “goodness” of an sgRNA in both sensitivity and specificity.
ASAP(Allele-specific Alignment Pipeline) is a program to align a sequencing file to two genomes at the same time. This can be useful to detect allelic imbalances in samples which are of different genetic origin. Examples would be studying imprinted regions in ChIP-Seq or RNA-Seq experiments, or genomic interactions (e4C) in mouse strains with a mixed genetic background.
NEXT-RNAi is a software for the design and evaluation of genome-wide RNAi libraries. It performs all steps from the prediction of specific and efficient RNAi target sites to the visualization of designed reagents in their genomic context.