KOALA job status 2023/09/22 23:42:35 (GMT+9)
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KOALA (KEGG Orthology And Links Annotation) was originally developed as KEGG's internal annotation tool for KO (K number) assignment using SSEARCH computation. Three variants of this tool are available for assigning K numbers to the user's sequence data: BlastKOALA and GhostKOALA using BLAST and GHOSTX searches, respectively, and KofamKOALA served by GenomeNet using the HMM profile search.
BlastKOALA was upgraded on April 1, 2023.
This new version of BlastKOALA has been used internally for the initial assignment of K numbers to newly added KEGG organisms. It searches a small subset of KEGG GENES containing KEGG reference genomes and individual sequences linked from pubmed records of KO entries. See Step-by-step Instructions.
Kanehisa, M., Sato, Y., and Morishima, K.; BlastKOALA and GhostKOALA: KEGG tools for functional characterization of genome and metagenome sequences. J. Mol. Biol. 428, 726-731 (2016). [pubmed] [pdf]
Last updated: April 1, 2023