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BioParishodhana: A novel graphical interface integrating BLAST, ClustalW, primer3 and restriction digestion tools



Rajani Kanth Vangala*, Lucky Singh$ & Ravi Prakash Gupta$



Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology; Electronics City, Bangalore, India; Head of Translational Research Thrombosis Research Institute 258/A, Bommasandra Industrial Area, Narayana Hrydayala Hospital, Anekal Taluk, Bangalore 560 099, India


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Received May 25, 2012; Accepted June 16, 2012; Published July 06, 2012



Bioinformatics has emerged as an integral part of life sciences and biomedical research. The bioinformatics tools developed so far exist individually and do not cross talk leading biologists to spend more time in formatting the output from one tool as input for another tool. This leads to huge loss of time and cost. We herein have made platform which integrates the tools in a way that the output of one program can be directly used as input of another and does not need any modifications. Tools for similarity search, primer designing, and restriction enzyme digestion are required in almost all biological research; therefore we initially tried to integrate these tools. BioParisodhana platform optimizes the time spend in browsing and downloading applications and is an interactive, effective and user friendly.





Integrative, BLAST, ClustalW, Restriction, Primer, BioParishodhana, Bioinformatics



Vangala et al. Bioinformation 8(13): 639-643 (2012)

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P Kangueane






Biomedical Informatics



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