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In general, a read simulator does the following: Selects regions from a reference sequence with some sort of predefined or user-specified size distribution. Converts the sequence from those regions into single or paired end reads with quality scores. The quality scores and read lengths are typically user defined. Introduces errors into the aforementioned ...


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I may be jumping the gun here, but assuming that you haven't searched NCBI or ensembl, I'd do that first. Essentially all genomic information is maintained by a collaboration between US NIH, EU EBI and Japan. All databases are synced to each other, and hence the data should (theoretically) be the same (in practice it never is). I'd suggest you pick one ...


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For birds you can start by searching 18s in http://birdgenenames.org/cgnc/ But generally NCBI Nucleotide database, should provide you with all information and accession numbers. See this broad search: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/?term=18S+ribosomal+RNA+gene Adding species specification and other parameters, you might find what you are looking for. ...



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