Barrnap

Description

Barrnap predicts the location of ribosomal RNA genes in genomes. It supports bacteria (5S,23S,16S), archaea (5S,5.8S,23S,16S), mitochondria (12S,16S) and eukaryotes (5S,5.8S,28S,18S).

It takes FASTA DNA sequence as input, and write GFF3 as output. It uses the new NHMMER tool that comes with HMMER 3.1 for HMM searching in RNA:DNA style. NHMMER binaries for 64-bit Linux and Mac OS X are included and will be auto-detected. Multithreading is supported and one can expect roughly linear speed-ups with more CPUs. Running time is approximately 1 second per 1 megabase of input sequence.

Example

% barrnap --quiet examples/small.fna
##gff-version 3
P.marinus   barrnap:0.6 rRNA    353314  354793  0       +   .   Name=16S_rRNA;product=16S ribosomal RNA
P.marinus   barrnap:0.6 rRNA    355464  358334  0       +   .   Name=23S_rRNA;product=23S ribosomal RNA
P.marinus   barrnap:0.6 rRNA    358433  358536  7.5e-07 +   .   Name=5S_rRNA;product=5S ribosomal RNA

Download

barrnap-0.6.tar.gz - Github - 26 Feb 2014

Documentation

Please see the manual at GitHub.

Author

Torsten Seemann