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  • Redundans close the gaps resulting from genome assembly or scaffolding more details. The pipeline consists of three steps/modules: redundancy reduction: detection and sele...

    510 days ago

  • pyScaf

    ...CANPA on 4 CPUs and ~2 min for ARATH on 16 CPUs. Important remarks: Reduce your assembly before ( as any redundancy will likely break the synteny...

    400 days ago

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  • Genetic code - Amino Acid

    ...are called codons.With three exceptions, each codon encodes for one of the 20 amino acids used in the synthesis of proteins. That produces some redundancy in the code: most of the amin...

    1186 days ago

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  • Compressive Genomics

    ...ta is very small. In other words, a single DNA sequence isn't particularly compressible but a set of sequences shares so much in common that the redundancy can be used to store them in...

    1627 days ago


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  • Compressive Genomics

    The key to finding a solution is to notice that most genomicsequences differ by very little. It may well be that the number of complete genome sequences being stored is increasing rapidly, but the actual amount of new data is very small. In other words, a single DNA sequence isn't particular...

    Tags: data compression, genomics, sequencing, redundancy, repeats, bam, sff, gz, zip

    1627 days ago