PIA (Phylogenetically Informed Annotation) is a set of tools for the Galaxy Bioinformatics Platform. In general, PIA uses BLAST, an alignment program, and RAxML's read placement algorithm to put unknown sequences into pre-calculated phylogenetic trees.
We provide 102 genes called LIT (Light Interaction Toolkit) - vision genes like phototransduction genets - for use in PIA.
All original source code for PIA is available under the MIT license (http://opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.html). See below:
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