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Comment: C: How to accurately identify the centromere sequence of a species from draft assem
... Many thanks. I'll try! ...
written 6 months ago by bampress0
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How to accurately identify the centromere sequence of a species from draft assembly or raw reads?
... I have my plant material de novo assembled. And when we did FISH with the centromere sequence of its close relative, there was no signal. How to accurately identify its centromere sequence from the assembly or the raw reads(PE250 80X and PacBio 20X)? Are there any protocol or methods? ...
genome assembly sequence written 7 months ago by bampress0 • updated 7 months ago by h.mon19k
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Comment: C: genome size comparison
... I'll have a look. Many thx! ...
written 7 months ago by bampress0
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Comment: C: genome size comparison
... Many thx! I'll read the paper and think about it. ...
written 7 months ago by bampress0
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Comment: C: genome size comparison
... What I'm doing is comparative genomics. Now I have three species whose genomes and annotation are available. The three species belong to one genus. One of my story I want to tell is genome size variation, because there is a significant genome size contration among the species according to k-mer and ...
written 7 months ago by bampress0
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Comment: C: genome size comparison
... Maybe I have more than two genomes to be compared. I have read the introduction of Mauve. It says progressiveMauve can do multiple genome comparison. I'll read further and have a try. Many thx. ...
written 7 months ago by bampress0
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Comment: C: genome size comparison
... I'm comparing the genomes at whole genome level and I want to see what in fact cause genome size variation in detail. Just as done here [https://www.nature.com/articles/ng.807][1] ...
written 7 months ago by bampress0
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Comment: C: genome size comparison
... Now I have chromosome pseudomolecules and annotation information. How can I compare the two genomes in detail? Here is an example, [https://www.nature.com/articles/ng.807][1]. And I can't figure out some results of this article. Is there any pipeline or advice to do the same thing? ...
written 7 months ago by bampress0
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Comment: A: genome size comparison
... I modified my quesition. Comparing draft genome assemblies of two species with close relationship. ...
written 7 months ago by bampress0
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genome size comparison
... I'm comparing the assembled draft genome sizes of two species with close relationship. Is there any pipeline or advice? ...
genome size written 7 months ago by bampress0 • updated 7 months ago by Philipp Bayer5.6k

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