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Palantir: a springboard for the analysis of secondary metabolite gene clusters in large-scale genome mining projects

Abstract : To support small and large-scale genome mining projects, we present Post-processing Analysis tooLbox for ANTIsmash Reports (Palantir), a dedicated software suite for handling and refining secondary metabolite biosynthetic gene cluster (BGC) data annotated with the popular antiSMASH pipeline. Palantir provides new functionalities building on NRPS/PKS predictions from antiSMASH, such as improved BGC annotation, module delineation and easy access to sub-sequences at different levels (cluster, gene, module and domain). Moreover, it can parse user-provided antiSMASH reports and reformat them for direct use or storage in a relational database.
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Loïc Meunier, Pierre Tocquin, Luc Cornet, Damien Sirjacobs, Valérie Leclère, et al.. Palantir: a springboard for the analysis of secondary metabolite gene clusters in large-scale genome mining projects. Bioinformatics, Oxford University Press (OUP), 2020, 36 (15), pp.4345-4347. ⟨10.1093/bioinformatics/btaa517⟩. ⟨hal-03081849⟩

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