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On the optimal trimming of high-throughput mRNA sequence data

bioRxiv

Nov 14, 2013

Matthew D MacManes

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The widespread and rapid adoption of high-throughput sequencing technologies has changed the face of modern studies of evolutionary genetics. Indeed, newer sequencing technologies, like Illumina sequencing, have afforded researchers the opportunity to gain a deep understanding of genome...read more

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On the optimal trimming of high-throughput mRNA sequence data

bioRxiv

Nov 14, 2013

Matthew D MacManes

PMID: 990000422

DOI: 10.1101/000422

Abstract

The widespread and rapid adoption of high-throughput sequencing technologies has changed the face of modern studies of evolutionary genetics. Indeed, newer sequencing technologies, like Illumina sequencing, have afforded researchers the opportunity to gain a deep understanding of genome...read more

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Genome
Research Personnel
Nucleic Acid Sequencing
Sequencing
Adaptation
High Throughput Analysis
Nucleotides
Molecular Genetic Technique
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12

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