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There several popular books for bioinformatic A First Course In Computers 2003 Edition (With Cd) Foundations of Computing (English, Paperback, Sinhs Pradeep K.) Introduction to Bioinformatics Bioinformatics: Methods and Applications: Genomics, Proteomics and Drug Discovery by S. C. Rastogi Bioinformatics: Concepts, Skills & Applications Principles of ...


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Are odd numbered overhangs actually palindromes? Somebody gave an example saying the following is a palindrome: 5'-CATGATG-3' However, the opposite strand will have a C in the center position, that is, it will have the sequence: 5'-CATCATG-3' In this example, the two center-most bases (G and C) are complimentary, but the two sequences are not strictly ...


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The biggest drawback is that reference template cannot address the question of genome sequence compression. It addresses variant information compression. Granted, a lot of the interest in genomics has been addressed towards variants, basically because they are easier to analyze than actual whole genomes. Additionally, when many people say "genomics"...


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It is about 92% of the RNA that is protein-coding. ORF10 is not coding according to newer results, see e.g. Jungreis, Sealfon, and Kellis (2021). The article is about identifying protein-coding ORFs and distinguishing them from non-coding ones.


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