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GCevobase: an evolution-based database for GC content in eukaryotic genomes
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wangdp123 • 150
Oxford

Hi there,

I am happy to introduce a new database that contains the essential genome composition information from 1118 eukaryotic genomes that includes GC content, GC1, GC2, GC3 and GC4d (GC content at four-fold degenerate sites).

The relevant reference:

GCevobase: an evolution-based database for GC content in eukaryotic genomes, Dapeng Wang, Bioinformatics, bty068, https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/bty068

The database address:

https://github.com/NextGenBioinformatics/GCevobase

Welcome to enjoy it.

Cheers,

Dapeng

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Is the Amazon AWS link going to remain permanently available?

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Hello wangdp123, GCevobase looks good.

What do the statistics measures "Mean of GC", "Mean of GC1", "Mean of GC2", and "Mean of GC3" mean?

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