Automatic functional annotation of protein sequences
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Is there any tool to automatically annotate eukaryotic genomes? I have protein sequences available already.

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There is software called blast2go which performs blast and then subsequent annotation for given set of sequences.

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Blast2GO is a good and popular option as suggested by Chirag. It's a paid commercial software. An open source alternative would be to perform standalone blastp -> get the description. Use the hit accession to derive the GO ontologies using UniprotKb by retrieving the UniprotKB ids from GI identifiers. You can get a lot of information including the GO annotations and the EC numbers (Enzyme Codes). Additionally, for pathway analysis you can use the KAAS server.

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