When used in combination with other zip apps, and also web-tools like Blast, this app allows you to analyze, and also determine the quality of your sequencing files.
This app works with cloud storage access like Dropbox to your sequencing files.
**Please note that this app is only compatible with Android version 4 and above.**
Please cite: Bioinformatics Journal doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btu525
This app is a product of the Antibody & Product Development Lab, Translational Research Division, Bioinformatics Institute, Agency for Science, Technology, and Research, Singapore.
Creators are: Mr NGUYEN Phi Vu, and Dr Samuel KE GAN.
The current list of supported databases is: PubMed, Protein, Nucleotide Core, Nucleotide, Nucleotide GSS, Nucleotide EST, Structure, Genome, Genome Assembly, Genome Project, BioProject, BioSample, BLAST DB info, Bookshelf, Conserved Domain DB (CDD), ClinVar, Clone DB, Genotypes and Phenotypes (GaP), dbGaP Plus, SNP-phenotype GWAS (GRASP), Genomic structural variation (Var), Epigenomics, Gene, Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) DataSets, GEO Profiles, HomoloGene, MedGen, Journals, Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), NCBI Site Search, Genome Assembly, OMIM, OrgTrack, PopSet, Probe, Protein Clusters, PubChem BioAssay, BioSystems, PubChem Compound, PubChem Substance, PubMed Health, Sequence Annotations, Sequence Read Archive (SRA), Taxonomy, C++ Toolkit, C++ Toolkit All, C++ Toolkit Book, UniGene, GenColl, and Genetic Testing Registry (GTR).
A brief description of each database is provided in-app. ATG Search NCBI automatically updates to accommodate new NCBI databases.
Similar to the official PubMed app, ATG Search NCBI redirects the user to the mobile (if available) website of the corresponding database with the entered search query.
ATG Search NCBI is under development and will remain free and ad-free. Download now to be automatically updated.
ATG Search NCBI is designed for and tested on Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) or greater.