CARD annotation





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Function introduction

CARD (Comprehensive Resistance Database), a database for resistance genes first released in 2013 by a Canadian gerson team, includes all resistance genes in ARDB Database, and it updates monthly.

CARD is constructed with Antibiotic Resistance Ontology (ARO) for its classification unit, ARO is a term, used for association between antibiotic module and ts target, resistance mechanism, genetic variation, etc.

Input files
Fasta file of nucleic acid or amino acid query sequences.
Results
1. Mapping and annotation results
2. Statistics of alignment
3. Distribution of E-values.

Example file


Results

1. Mapping and annotation results

1)Annotation results

Query_id :ID of query sequences

Query_length:the length of input sequences

Query_start :the start position of query sequences covered by alignment

Query _end :the end position of query sequences covered by alignment

Subject_id :ID of mapped sequences in database

Subject_start:the start position of subject sequences covered by alignment

Subject_end:the end position of subject sequences covered by alignment

Identity(%) :identity of alignment (percentity)

Positive:counts of  positive-scoring matches(Base or amino acid)

Gap:number of gaps

Align_length:the length of sequences covered by alignment

Score:Score of alignment, the higher the better

E_value :Expcet values of alignment, the lower the better

Subject_annotation: function description

2. Statistics of alignment

showing the distribution of mapping and unmapping results.

3. showing the distribution of E-values.