moses is a Java framework that allows the combination of ncRNA detections methods to scan genomes for novel ncRNA genes.

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ulf.schmitz(at)uni-rostock.de

Systems Biology & Bioinformatics Group
University of Rostock


Introduction

moses is Java framework that allows to combine ncRNA detections methods and helper functions to scan genomes for novel ncRNA genes.

moses has been developed by Prof. Olaf Wolkenhauer's Systems Biology & Bioinformatics Group at Rostock University.

Publication

Addtional data accompanying the paper "non-coding RNA detection methods combined to improve usability, reproducibility and precision. (BMC Bioinformatics 2010, 11:491)" can be found on the Results and Data page.

You can contribute to moses by writing new modules! Please contact us via ulf.schmitz(at)uni-rostock.de and we will help you integrating new or existing detection algorithms into our framework!

Download moses now, and try it out! Watch the tutorial videos to see how it works or see the documentation page to get to know all features.

Scan genomes for novel ncRNA using your own setup of modules or use and existing procedure setup available from the Results & Data section. You can submit results you have produced to make them available to peer researchers.

Developers who want to contribute can download the source code and submit modules they created. Please contact us under ulf.schmitz(at)uni-rostock.de for guidance on how to add modules.

Citation

If you make use of our tool, please cite the following article:

Peter Raasch, Ulf Schmitz, Nadja Patenge, Julio Vera, Bernd Kreikemeyer, Olaf Wolkenhauer.
Non-coding RNA detection methods combined to improve usability, reproducibility and precision.
BMC Bioinformatics 2010, 11:491