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2010
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Next generation sequencing in functional genomics
Genome-wide sequencing has enabled modern biomedical research to relate more and more events in healthy as well as disease-affected cells and tissues to the genomic sequence. Now ...
Thomas Werner
BMCBI
2010
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Next generation tools for genomic data generation, distribution, and visualization
Background: With the rapidly falling cost and availability of high throughput sequencing and microarray technologies, the bottleneck for effectively using genomic analysis in the ...
David A. Nix, Tonya L. Di Sera, Brian K. Dalley, B...
SAC
2010
ACM
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FANGS: high speed sequence mapping for next generation sequencers
Next Generation Sequencing machines are generating millions of short DNA sequences (reads) everyday. There is a need for efficient algorithms to map these sequences to the referen...
Sanchit Misra, Ramanathan Narayanan, Simon Lin, Al...
IPPS
2010
IEEE
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pFANGS: Parallel high speed sequence mapping for Next Generation 454-roche Sequencing reads
Millions of DNA sequences (reads) are generated by Next Generation Sequencing machines everyday. There is a need for high performance algorithms to map these sequences to the refer...
Sanchit Misra, Ramanathan Narayanan, Wei-keng Liao...
NAR
2006
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ChloroplastDB: the Chloroplast Genome Database
The Chloroplast Genome Database (ChloroplastDB) is an interactive, web-based database for fully sequenced plastid genomes, containing genomic, protein, DNA and RNA sequences, gene...
Liying Cui, Narayanan Veeraraghavan, Alexander Ric...
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