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  • Comparative Genomics in Ensembl

    The Ensembl browser provides viewable whole-genome alignments, homologues and phylogenetic gene trees, protein families, and ancestral sequences. Learn how to view and export these data in this video.

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Genomics, Comparative Genomics, Ensembl

    1039 days ago

  • LASTZ

    LASTZ is a program for aligning DNA sequences, a pairwise aligner. Originally designed to handle sequences the size of human chromosomes and from different species, it is also useful for sequences produced by NGS sequencing technologies such as Roche 454. More at http://www.bx.psu.edu/~rsharris/...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, NGS, Comparative Genomics, Genome, LASTZ

    586 days ago

  • Nicolas Corradi Lab

    The goal of our research is to better understand the biology of microbial organisms of significant ecological, veterinary and medical importance. To achieve this goal, our team combines the power of next generation DNA sequencing and bioinformatics with molecular biology and experimental proced...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Genomics, RNAseq, NGS, omics, Comparative Genomics, Parasite, Evolution, Nicolas Corradi

    914 days ago

  • Ensembl 27

    What is new? Expansion of Protists and Fungi with hundreds of annotated genomes Variation data for bread wheat, rice, Aedes aegypti, and Ixodes scapularis Whole genome alignments for O. longistaminata and T. cacao Non-coding RNA gene models in Bacteria New assembly of tomato (version 2.50)...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Genomics, Comparative Genomics, Ensembl

    893 days ago

  • Ensembl comparative genomics resources

    The Ensembl comparative genomics resources are one such reference set that facilitates comprehensive and reproducible analysis of chordate genome data. Ensembl computes pairwise and multiple whole-genome alignments from which large-scale synteny, per-base conservation scores and constrained ele...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Genome, RAD-Seq, NGS, Comparative Genomics, Resources, EnsEMBL

    635 days ago

  • GLIBC_2.14 error with SatsumaSynteny !!

    I run SatsumaSynteny on my server using following command: [jit@hm satsuma-code-0]$ ./SatsumaSynteny -q Genome/renamedG.fa -t Genome/genome_v4.fasta -o Genome/OutFile -m 128 -ni 10 -n 256 -chain_only But it kill the program with followng error:  ./SatsumaSynteny: /lib64/libc.so.6: version...

    Tags: Satsuma, Synteny, SatsumaSynteny, BLIBC, Redhat, Linux, Server, Comparative Genomics, Alignment

    598 days ago

  • Smash: An alignment-free method to find and visualise rearrangements between pairs of DNA sequences

    Smash is a completely alignment-free method/tool to find and visualise genomic rearrangements. The detection is based on conditional exclusive compression, namely using a FCM (Markov model), of high context order (typically 20). For visualisation, Smash outputs a SVG image, with an ...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Visualization, Alignment, Free, NGS, Comparative Genomics

    578 days ago

  • Comparative Genomics !!

    Comparative Genomics !!

    Comparative genomics is a field of biological research in which the genome sequences of different species — human, mouse, and a wide variety of other organisms from bacteria to chimpanzees — are compared. This group is dedicated to Comparative genomics ... 

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Chromosomal, Comparative Genomics, Genomics

    177 days ago

  • Venkatesh Lab

    We are using a comparative genomics approach to better understand the structure, function and evolution of the human genome. Our group is one of the pioneers in the field of comparative genomics. We proposed the compact genome of the fugu (Takifugu rubripes) as a model vertebrate genome in 1993 (...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Comparative Genomics, Genomics

    340 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

    578 days ago