Name Workflow
Aliases None

"A workflow can be defined as a series of jobs or an efficient framework which can be used for similar repeatable work.As a simple example, there is a series of jobs which can be defined as a workflow. First, find homologous proteins to the given protein, then create a phylogenetic tree using those protein sequences. To do this, we first need to perform BLAST and pick several sequences for multiple sequence alignment. If we defined this flow as a workflow, every job will quickly and smoothly be done.(cited from the original site). "

Type Tool
Main Institutes of management "Molecular Profiling Research Center for Drug Discovery (molprof), National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)"
Country of the Institute Japan
URL of the site
Interface "GUI (web, local)"


Input example

Input example for Protein Annotation Workflow ( :[Step1]Click the "SampleData" menu.[Step2]Input your E-mail address in "E-mail address:" textbox.[Step3]Push the "submit" button.

Developed workflow | Web workflow | Active workflow | Life Science Database Integration Web
Amount of the all data for download(Mbyte) | Method to obtain the all data. 32 (RNA_Structure_Prediction-K (WINDOWS 32bit))| | | | | | | | | | |
External resources (databases) in building the product. None
Data type workflow
Biological species in the main concern
All species
Conditions of use Attribution & Creative Commons-NonCommercial 2.1 Japan
Frequency of updates (in last two years) 2
Last date of updates (date of confirmation) 2018/11/11 (2019/06/03)
Main IDs used in the products None
How to make a link to get access to each IDs. None
external databases to which this database/tool have links

"Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Integrated Database Project ( | MEXT Integrated Datavase Project ( |DBCLS ( | KNIME ( | taverna ( | Kepler ( "

Published papers (PubMed IDs)


Operational Status