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|Alternative name||Integrates quantitative Fitness Information for Microbial genes|
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Publication for Integrates quantitative Fitness Information for Microbial genes
Flow Management to Control Excessive Growth of Macrophytes – An Assessment Based on Habitat Suitability Modeling
[…] le of the wetted area classifies as usable area for a certain species or species group.We used two different methods to calculate the habitat suitability. The classical, deterministic approach of the IFIM calculates a CSI as the geometric mean of the separate suitability indices for depth, velocity, and substrate size. It is directly integrated into the River2D Model on the basis of the HSC for ea […]
Selection for energy efficiency drives strand biased gene distribution in prokaryotes
[…] wo groups according to the strands (leading versus lagging) they are located on.Fitness scores (i.e. quantitative measurements of gene essentiality) for 2,074 prokaryotic genomes were downloaded from IFIM, a database of Integrated Fitness Information for Microbial genes. Fitness scores in IFIM were predicted using Geptop based on orthology and phylogeny; the scores range from 0 to 1, with lower sc […]
Essentiality drives the orientation bias of bacterial genes in a continuous manner
[…] y sequenced. The essential genes predicted by the Geptop have many features, such as higher codon bias, higher distribution bias and abundant protein–protein interactions, indicating its reliability. IFIM, which allows easy access to fitness data of microbial genes, contains data from 16 experiments and 2186 theoretical predictions. The highly significant correlation between the experimentally-der […]
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