The world has been halted with coronavirus being a threat to all of mankind. We wanted to develop an application where scientists have the ability to check to what percentage genome sequences of viruses match.
What it does
What our application does is that it lets scientists input the nucleotide and protein sequences of two viruses, one representing the current virus, and the other representing past viruses. It then parses the documents to determine to what percentage the genome sequences have a match and provides a percentage and graph to output the results. (We were not able to create a video as we were working to the deadline.) Check out our code at: https://github.com/vedant3598/TOHacks.
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What's next for Genome Manipulator
We want scientists to be able to submit multiple file types instead of CSV alone. Additionally, we want to make our genome matching sequence algorithm faster and more efficient to support files with more genome sequences.
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