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genBaRcode - a comprehensive R package for genetic barcode analysis

Bioinformatics

Nov 30, 2019

Lars ThieleckeIngmar Glauche

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Genetic barcodes have been established as an efficient method to trace clonal progeny of uniquely labeled cells by introducing artificial genetic sequences into the corresponding genomes. The assessment of those sequences, relies on next generation sequencing and the subsequent analysis...read more

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Hospitals, Packaged
DNA Barcoding, Taxonomic
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DNA Barcode, Taxonomic
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Genetic barcodes have been established as an efficient method to trace clonal progeny of uniquely labeled cells by introducing artificial genetic sequences into the corresponding genomes. The assessment of those sequences, relies on next generation sequencing and the subsequent analysis...read more

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