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  • BOL

    Brief description: Currently, I'm pursuing a PhD at Bioinformatics Centre, University of Pune, Pune, India. I have developed an algorithm for alignment-free sequence analysis with its applications in molecular phylogeny, clustering and sero/genotyping .

    661 days ago


    Skills: Next Generation Sequence Analysis

    457 days ago

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  • Understanding Fastqc Output Following table and graphs Duplication level kmer profile per base GC content per base N content per base quality per base sequence content per sequence GC content per sequence qual...

    678 days ago

  • GenomeComp

    ...zing, parsing and visualizing the genome wide sequence comparison results derived, parsing and visualize large genomic sequences, especially closely related...-strains. In addition, it can also show other sequence features like repeat sequence...

    369 days ago

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Discussion topics

  • Compressive Genomics notice that most genomicsequences differ by very little. It the number of complete genome sequences being stored is increasing r...ll. In other words, a single DNA sequence isn't particularly

    1655 days ago


  • Introduction to Bioinformatics

    ...Finding the genes in the genomic sequences The Genetic Programming Tut...r Methods in Molecular Biology" Sequence analysis course (José...p;iocompanion -Tutorial for sequence analysis Bioinformatics and...ioinformatics -Primer on biosequence comparisons Algorithms in Mo...

    1656 days ago

  • Bio++ : C Language libraries for your biological need

    ...f C++ libraries for Bioinformatics, including sequence analysis,phylogenetics, molec...ique features of the libraries are as follows:Sequence analysis Sequence and Site o...theil J, Boussau B. Non-homogeneous models of sequence evolution in the Bio++ suite...

    1683 days ago

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Wire posts

  • Sequence analysis #Sequence #Alignment #Algorithms #C #C++

    1195 days ago

  • Sequence analysis (methods) #Methods #NGS #Sequence #Bioinformatics

    1291 days ago

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  • Sequencing By Xpansion

    ...s a simple biochemical reaction to encode the sequence of a DNA molecule into a high...enough Xpandomer in a single drop reaction to sequence an entire human genome 1000X...e SBX molecular expansion technology. The DNA sequence is then read out as the Xpand...

    980 days ago

  • Genome Workbench 2.10.7

    ...BLAST Tool: added support for local custom BLAST databases Graphical Sequence View: added log scaling optio...bug where different molecules IDs in GenBank could resolve to the same sequence Graphical Sequence View: fix...

    600 days ago

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ResearchLabs posts

  • The Mills lab

    ...the discovery and analysis of structural variation (SVs) from genomic sequence data. As part of the 1000 Gen...age; (iii) split read analysis, which detects SVs by evaluating gapped sequence alignments; and (iv) sequence...

    728 days ago

  • Molecular Bioinformatics Lab (MBL)

    ...ratory is the study of the relationship among sequence, structure, and function in p...ided in two major topics: the study of the sequence-structure relationship (appl...efore, anything related to the configuration (sequence) and conformation (structure)...

    1555 days ago

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  • Single molecule Sequencing (SMS)

    Single molecule Sequencing (SMS)

    ...quencing world, more and more scientists now keen to use SMS method to sequence molecules in comparatively flood the market soon and may be one day it replaces 2nd generation sequencer. This group is meant to sha...

    962 days ago

  • Ruby and BioRuby

    Ruby and BioRuby

    ...eveloped in the mid-1990s by Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto in Japan. BioRuby is a package of Open Source Ruby code, with classes for DNA and protein sequence analysis, alignment, database...

    1655 days ago


  • NCBI PSI-BLAST Tutorial Tutorial for PSI-BLAST, an extension of BLAST that uses matrix algebra. BLAST is a cornerstone bioinformatics tool at NCBI. BLAST is the Basic Local Alignment Search tool and will protein and DNA sequences that are related to a sequence that the user provides.

    Tags: PSI Blast, BLAST, NCBI, Alignment, Search, Sequence

    1644 days ago

  • Creates 100 random DNA sequences with 20 residues. sapply(1:100, function(x) paste(sample(c("A","T","G","C"), 20, replace=T), collapse="")) #R #Random #Sequence #DNA #Script

    Tags: R, Random, Sequence, DNA, Script

    1360 days ago

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