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G-Anchor: a novel approach for whole-genome comparative mapping utilizing evolutionary conserved DNA sequences

GigaScience

Apr 5, 2018

Vasileios Panagiotis E LenisDenis M Larkin

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Cross-species whole-genome sequence alignment is a critical first step for genome comparative analyses, ranging from the detection of sequence variants to studies of chromosome evolution. Animal genomes are large and complex, and whole-genome alignment is a computationally intense proce...read more

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G-Anchor: a novel approach for whole-genome comparative mapping utilizing evolutionary conserved DNA sequences

GigaScience

Apr 5, 2018

Vasileios Panagiotis E LenisDenis M Larkin

PMID: 29618053

DOI: 10.1093/gigascience/giy017

Abstract

Cross-species whole-genome sequence alignment is a critical first step for genome comparative analyses, ranging from the detection of sequence variants to studies of chromosome evolution. Animal genomes are large and complex, and whole-genome alignment is a computationally intense proce...read more

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Vertebrates
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Guanosine
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Genome
Research Personnel
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Comparative Genomic Analysis
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8
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