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T-lex2: genotyping, frequency estimation and re-annotation of transposable elements using single or pooled next-generation sequencing data

bioRxiv

Feb 24, 2014

Anna-Sophie Fiston-LavierJosefa González

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Transposable elements (TEs) are the most active, diverse and ancient component in a broad range of genomes. As such, a complete understanding of genome function and evolution cannot be achieved without a thorough understanding of TE impact and biology. However, in-depth analyses of TEs ...read more

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T-lex2: genotyping, frequency estimation and re-annotation of transposable elements using single or pooled next-generation sequencing data

bioRxiv

Feb 24, 2014

Anna-Sophie Fiston-LavierJosefa González

PMID: 990002964

DOI: 10.1101/002964

Abstract

Transposable elements (TEs) are the most active, diverse and ancient component in a broad range of genomes. As such, a complete understanding of genome function and evolution cannot be achieved without a thorough understanding of TE impact and biology. However, in-depth analyses of TEs ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Gene Function
Computer Software
Testosterone
Transient Elastography
Trace Elements
Massively-Parallel Sequencing
Genomics
Analysis
DNA Transposable Elements
Drosophila melanogaster
11
31

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