We are aware of the recent problems that COMET encountered to provide the subtyping results, and we apologize for it. We are currently working to solve these issues as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding.
The COMET tool rapidly classifies HCV nucleotide sequences into subtypes. You can submit your sequences either by pasting them in the form (b) or uploading them (a).
|1.1||Re-added bootstrap support levels (100 samples per sequence).||2016-09-22|
|1.0||Rewritten COMET in GO (Uses much less memory, faster; improved accuracy slightly).||2016-09-18|
|0.2||new training set based on ICTV HCV Reference Sequence Alignment (2013-09-11)||2013-09-18|
|0.1||HCV subtyping & bootstrap values to assess quality of prediction||2012-03-21|
(a) upload the sequences in fasta format (you can compress the file with gzip, max. 50MB):
(b) paste the sequences in fasta format (try out example):
The submitted sequences are deleted as soon the results have been generated.
If you use COMET, please cite:
Daniel Struck; Glenn Lawyer; Anne-Marie Ternes; Jean-Claude Schmit; Danielle Perez Bercoff. COMET: adaptive context-based modeling for ultrafast HIV-1 subtype identification. Nucleic Acids Research 2014; doi: 10.1093/nar/gku739 (full text)
HCV training set
(*) The COMET-HIV and COMET-HCV services provided herein are "For non-commercial research use only". For all commercial uses, please contact our Exclusive Licensee, ABL SA (www.ablsa.com) at firstname.lastname@example.org.