I have about 80 dsDNA virus genomes which I have either mapped or de novo assembled (depending on read depth) using CLC Genomics Workbench. I now need to annotate the genomes.
References sequences and published genomes with annotations exist for my sample set; I need to port over (presumably with some manual curation) those annotations so I can upload to GenBank.
Unfortunately, I've changed jobs and no longer have access to CLC or a computing cluster - it's just me and my PC. If I wait for my old group's bioinformatician to do the annotations for me, this data might wait until the heat death of the universe.
Thus I am looking for an online or PC-compatible tool that will allow me to port annotations over. I've had recommendations for GLUE http://tools.glue.cvr.ac.uk/#/home and VIGOR http://www.jcvi.org/vigor/ but neither seems suitable for dsDNA viruses, and I don't need a de novo annotation - the ones that exist will be fine once ported across.
I feel like uGENE probably has this functionality but I just can't work out how one would achieve this. Suggestions welcomed - I'm sure someone has solved this problem and I'm eager to avoid re-inventing the wheel.