Mercator pipeline for automated sequence annotation
Using the Mercator web application you can assign MapMan "Bins" to arbitrary DNA or protein input sequences. The output will be a text file mapping each input identifier to one or more Bins. This file can directly be used as a mapping file for the high-throughput data visualization and meta-analysis software MapMan.
This is the most recent version of Mercator and assigns genes to the most recent MapMan ontology.
If you use Mercator4 V2.0 for your work, please cite:
MapMan4: a refined protein classification and annotation framework applicable to multi-omics data analysis.
Schwacke R, Ponce-Soto GY, Krause K, Bolger AM, Arsova B, Hallab A, Gruden K, Stitt M, Bolger ME, Usadel B
Mol Plant. 2019 Jun 3;12(6): 879-892
This is an older version of Mercator which can still be used, but does not reflect recent biological publications.
If you use Mercator 3.6 for your work, please cite:
Mercator: a fast and simple web server for genome scale functional annotation of plant sequence data.
Lohse M, Nagel A, Herter T, May P, Schroda M, Zrenner R, Tohge T, Fernie AR, Stitt M, Usadel B.
Plant Cell Environ. 2013 Nov 15. doi: 10.1111/pce.12231. [Epub ahead of print]