Genome Detective Virus Tool Version 1.106

The Virus tool assigns taxonomic names to sequences from eukaryotic viruses and phages. The taxonomic rank which gets assigned is based on availability of reference genomes in RefSeq, and is mostly at species level. At the moment 7566 distinct taxonomic names are assigned based on 9946 reference sequences. Subtyping tools, for the identification of subspecies, are available for 13 viruses.

You can submit sequences/contigs or short reads NGS data. Up to 2000 FASTA sequences may be submitted at once. The free service only allows one NGS analysis at a time. For batch analyses of NGS data, please contact us.

Choose analysis type

What kind of sequence data do you want to analyze?

Input

Submit NGS short read data (single-end reads or paired-end reads).

Example output is available for a Metagenomic dataset (SRR3458562) and a Norovirus amplicon dataset (ERR138007).

File type
click or drop pair end fastq files
We use the file suffix to distinguish pair end 1 from pair end 2.
Standard suffixes are supported default.
See advanced option for alternative suffixes.
Or let the server download the files for you

Enter the Run Number and Download SRA file. Example: ERR233413

Revisit results from a previous run

Available tools

Subtyping tools, identifying subspecies using phylogenetic analysis, are currently available for 13 viruses.

You can submit sequences/contigs in FASTA format or short reads NGS data in FASTQ format. The public service only allows one NGS analysis at a time due to computational demand. For batch analyses of NGS data, please contact us.