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The ensembl entry, which was easy to get to from the Wikipeda page, shows that the protein is one gene with 20 domains http://uswest.ensembl.org/Homo_sapiens/Transcript/ProteinSummary?db=core;g=ENSG0 …
answered Dec 21 '16 by swbarnes2
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Assembly and alignment are generally used to refer to two different algorithms that work in two different ways. Alignment takes your sequence fragments, and compares them to a reference genome, and t …
answered Aug 1 '16 by swbarnes2
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If the DNA sequence contains repetative elements, and your reads are not long enough to resolve them, you won't know if you have the right path. Usually you split your results into contiguous regions …
answered Apr 27 '17 by swbarnes2
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You can try looking around biostars.org, which is like stackexchange, but for bioinformatics. Velvet is one example of a de novo assembler. But 30 bp is really short, and animals have big genome …
answered Dec 12 '13 by swbarnes2