Computational Identification of Conserved Domains from Genomic Survey Sequences in Green Gram [vigna Radiata (L.) R. Wilczek]

Authors: Ramprasad Eruvuri, Prasad Gajula MNV, Durga Rani V, Anuradha1, Vanisri S

With recent advances in the field of genome sequencing, analysis and availability of large genomic data in the public domain, we made an attempt to survey the presence of the conserved domains, super families and multi domains having putative functions identified from green gram [Vigna radiata (L.) R. Wilczek] Genomic Survey Sequences (GSS) using computational tools. In this study we have been identified the various conserved domains, super families having putative functions for fundamental, metabolic, developmental, evolutionary processes and physiogenic nature from the query sequences. This study was beneficial in the area of comparativ e genomics for the identification of important genes and also development of functional molecular markers in identified genes for green gram and its related crops improvement. You can submit your Manuscripts at: 

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