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MICheck: a web tool for fast checking of syntactic annotations of bacterial genomes

S. Cruveiller, J. Le Saux, D. Vallenet, A. Lajus, S. Bocs, C. Medigue
2005 Nucleic Acids Research  
In the context of the numerous re-annotation projects for microbial genomes, this tool can be seen as a preliminary step before the functional re-annotation step to check quickly for missing or wrongly  ...  Here, we present a new web program, MICheck (MIcrobial genome Checker), that enables rapid verification of sets of annotated genes and frameshifts in previously published bacterial genomes.  ...  We thank the entire system network team of Genoscope for its essential contribution to the efficiency of the MICheck website.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/gki498 pmid:15980515 pmcid:PMC1160258 fatcat:mn53x2pqnbc3xjvm6dgeo32xse

The automatic annotation of bacterial genomes

E. J. Richardson, M. Watson
2012 Briefings in Bioinformatics  
Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the help, assistance and advice provided by staff at the NCBI and EBI during genome submission.  ...  There is also MICheck [28] which checks annotated sequences for syntactic errors.  ...  Once coding regions have been identified, they are aligned either to a reference genome annotation or the entirety of UniProt [17] using fast sequence alignment tools (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bib/bbs007 pmid:22408191 pmcid:PMC3548604 fatcat:pq3dovwltfdbddypybczsbpc7y