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PuMA Release 1.0

PuMA is now available to access through iMicrobe.

Papillomavirus genome annotation tool

Authors

Josh Pace, Ken Younes-Clark, Cordell Freeman, Koenraad Van Doorslaer

University of Arizona, KVD Lab & Hurwitz Lab

Release 1.0 (8/19/19) added genbank formatted output, significantly more robust overall

Formatting Input FASTA File

>Short name|Full Name
Sequence

Short name is the abbreviation or accession number you want for output files (e.g. HPV16)

Full name is what will be printed to the screen (e.g. Human papillomavirus 16)

Dependencies

Please install the following:

PuMA Poly Release 0.1

Polyomavirus genome annotation tool Annoates VP1, VP2, small t and Large T proteins

Authors

Josh Pace, Ken Younes-Clark, Koenraad Van Doorslaer

University of Arizona, KVD Lab & Hurwitz Lab

Release 0.1 (7/25/19) output is printed genome information and csv

Dependencies

Please install the following:

Formatting Input FASTA File

>Short name|Full Name
Sequence

Short name is the abbreviation or accession number you want for output files (e.g. SV40a)

Full name is what will be printed to the screen (e.g. simian virus 40)

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