Results for "Chromosome"

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  • ShRec3D

    ShRec3D is a program that aims at reconstructing a genome 3D structure (b) from the sole knowledge of the contacts between different genomic regions (a) as determined by Hi-C (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19815776). There are two options to run ShRec3D (on linuX only so far): the first one...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, ShRec3D, 3D genome, Genome, Hi-C, Chromosome

    1065 days ago

  • ChromEvol

    Chromosome number is a remarkably dynamic feature of eukaryotic evolution. Chromosome numbers can change by a duplication of the whole genome (a process termed polyploidy), or by single chromosome changes (ascending dysploidy via, e.g., chromosome fission or descending dysploidy via, e.g., chromo...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Chromosome, Evolution, ChromEvol

    1034 days ago

  • Recombination detection tool

    A program to detect recombination hotspots using population genetic data. More at https://github.com/auton1/LDhot

    Tags: Recombination, Tool, Chromosome, LDhot

    661 days ago

  • Pattern Searching in a Single Genome

    Pattern searching holds much importance for biologists , for the understanding of DNA ( and its functionality) can be more than a matter of satisfying curiosity , but also give answers to many issuess uchas medical conditions . However,there are a number of ways of searching with in a single chro...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Genomics, Pattern, Chromosome, Study

    627 days ago

  • Efficient genome searching with Biostrings and the BSgenome data package

    Tags: BioStrings, R, Search, Pattern, Genome, Chromosome, Bioinformatics

    627 days ago

  • MEDEA: Comparative Genomic Visualization with Adobe Flash

    As the number of sequence and annotated genomes grows larger, the need to understand, compare, and contrast the data becomes increasingly important. Using the power of the human visual system to detect trends and spot outliers is necessary in such large and complex data sets. More at http:/...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, NGS, Visualization, Chromosome, Comparative genomics

    577 days ago

  • 4DGenome

    Records in 4DGenome are compiled through comprehensive literature curation of experimentally-derived and computationally-predicted interactions. The current release contains 4,433,071 experimentally-derived and 3,605,176 computationally-predicted interactions in 5 organisms. Experimental data cov...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, 4DGenome, Database, Computational, Predicted, Interactions, Chromosome, Genome, NGS

    509 days ago

  • Nemo – A stochastic, individual-base, genetically explicit simulation platform

    A recombination map has been added for all multi-locus traits. The map positions (chromosomal) for neutral markers (e.g. SNPs) and loci under selection (QTLs, deleterious mutations, DMIs) can now be specified explicitly, or set at random. The map can hold an unlimited number of loci...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Nemo, Simulation, Chromosome, Genome, NGS

    419 days ago

  • COSMIC

    The accurate description and annotation of structural variants can be complex.  This is due to the different resolution that variants are reported from traditional cytogenetic coordinates down to the actual base pair positions. Furthermore, multiple rearrangements in a single area ...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, COSMIC, Chromosome, Cancer, Rearrangement, Breakpoints

    419 days ago

  • GeneBreak

    Development of cancer is driven by somatic alterations, including numerical and structural chromosomal aberrations. Currently, several computational methods are available and are widely applied to detect numerical copy number aberrations (CNAs) of chromosomal segments in tumor genomes. However, t...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, GeneBreak, Chromosome, Genome, NGS, Breakpoints, Genes

    419 days ago