Apollo: a sequence annotation editor
Paper on Apollo by SE Lewis, SMJ Searle, N Harris, M Gibson, V Iyer, J Richter, CWiel, L Bayraktaroglu, E Birney, MA Crosby, JS Kaminker, BB Matthews, SE Prochnik, CD Smith, JL Tupy, GM Rubin, S Misra, CJ Mungall and ME Clamp.
Appeared in GenomeBiology2002, 3(12):research0082.1–0082.14.
The well-established inaccuracy of purely computational methods for annotating genome sequences necessitates an interactive tool to allow biological experts to refine these approximations by viewing and independently evaluating the data supporting each annotation. Apollo was developed to meet this need, enabling curators to inspect genome annotations closely and edit them. FlyBase biologists successfully used Apollo to annotate the Drosophila melanogaster genome and it is increasingly being used as a starting point for the development of customized annotation editing tools for other genome projects.
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