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  • Tigers genome sequenced

    Fifteen scientists led by Dr Jong Bhak of Genome Research Foundation, South Korea, decoded as many as 3 billion nucleotides (organic molecules that form the basic building blocks of nucleic acids, such as DNA). They identified 20,000 genes related to various functions of the tiger.  The big...

    Tags: Tiger, big cat, house cat, sequencing, genome, DNA, gene, mapping, Bengal tiger, Panthera

    1492 days ago

  • Scientists map 17,294 proteins produced in human body

    Indian scientists missed the genomic profiling bus, but they've more than made up for it by creating the first human proteome map which is an extension of the genomic study. Till now, here is no direct equivalent for the human proteome. But recently two groups present mass spectrometry-based anal...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, IOB, Protein, Mapping

    1239 days ago

  • How to sequence the human genome - Mark J. Kiel

    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-to-sequence-the-human-genome-mark-j-kiel Your genome, every human's genome, consists of a unique DNA sequence of A's, T's, C's and G's that tell your cells how to operate. Thanks to technological advances, scientists are now able to know the sequen...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Genome, Sequencing, NGS, Mapping

    1237 days ago

  • Maq: Mapping and Assembly with Qualities http://maq.sourceforge.net/ #Maq #Mapping #Assembly #Qualities

    Tags: Maq, Mapping, Assembly, Qualities

    1192 days ago

  • LAST

    LAST can: Handle big sequence data, e.g: Compare two vertebrate genomes Align billions of DNA reads to a genome Indicate the reliability of each aligned column. Use sequence quality data properly. Compare DNA to proteins, with frameshifts. Compare PSSMs to sequences Calculate th...

    Tags: LAST, Bioinformatics, Mapping, Match, Align, Sequences, Compare

    588 days ago

  • Comparison of mapping tools !

    There are many mapping tools, and each one has its own specifications. Once we have two or more tools for similar purposes, how can we say which tool is better?

    Tags: NGS, Mapping, Sequencing

    577 days ago

  • #Mapping #sequencing #reads to a #reference #genome with #Bowtie2: a step-by-step guide https://insidedna.me/tutorials/view/how-to-use-bowtie2-read-mapping

    Tags: Mapping, sequencing, reads, reference, genome, Bowtie2

    584 days ago

  • mrFAST: Micro Read Fast Alignment Search Tool

    mrFAST is a read mapper that is designed to map short reads to reference genome with a special emphasis on the discovery of structural variation and segmental duplications. mrFAST maps short reads with respect to user defined error threshold, including indels up to 4+4 bp. This manual, describes ...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, FASTQ, Reads, NGS, Mapping, Alignment, Reference

    541 days ago

  • segemehl

    segemehl is a software to map short sequencer reads to reference genomes. Unlike other methods, segemehl is able to detect not only mismatches but also insertions and deletions. Furthermore, segemehl is not limited to a specific read length and is able to map primer- or polyadenylation conta...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, FASTQ, Reads, Map, Mapping, Segemehl, NGS

    527 days ago

  • MOSAIK: A Hash-Based Algorithm for Accurate Next-Generation Sequencing Short-Read Mapping

    MOSAIK is a stable, sensitive and open-source program for mapping second and third-generation sequencing reads to a reference genome. Uniquely among current mapping tools, MOSAIK can align reads generated by all the major sequencing technologies, including Illumina, Applied Biosystems SOLiD, Roch...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, NGS, MOSAIK, Algorithm, Short-Read, Mapping, Genomics, Map, Tool

    516 days ago