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DNA SEQUENCING


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DCA logo
Category: DNA sequencing

Divide-and-Conquer Multiple Sequence Alignment

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PRABI-Doua - Cap3 logo
Category: DNA sequencing

This web tool allows you to assemble a set of contiguous sequences (contigs)

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GeneWise logo
Pairwise Sequence Alignment
Category: DNA sequencing
Subcategories: EMBL

The Wise2 form compares a protein sequence to a genomic DNA sequence, allowing for introns and frameshifting errors.

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Galaxy logo
Category: DNA sequencing

Galaxy is an open source, web-based platform for data intensive biomedical research whose purpose is to make complex analysis more accessible. It is a useful tool for bioinformaticians and DNA sequencers. Galaxy provides a point-and-click web interface alternative to the bioinformatics command line, thus allowing researchers to easily create, run, and troubleshoot analytical pipelines (see Perkel JM, The Scientist 08/2016, p 57).

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GeneProf logo

GeneProf is a web-based, graphical software suite that allows users either to quickly access public information on genes or to analyze data produced using next-generation sequencing platforms. GeneProf simplifies the construction of complex workflows by providing assistive web forms (‘wizards’) that conceal the underlying complexities of workflow programming.

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Pyromaker logo

Pyromaker is a web-based application that produces simulated pyrograms based on user input including the percentage of tumor and normal cells, the wild-type sequence, the dispensation order, and any number of mutant sequences. Pyromaker calculates the relative mutant and wild-type allele percentages and then uses these to generate the expected signal at each point in the dispensation sequence. The final result is a virtual trace of the expected pyrogram

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VecScreen logo
Category: DNA sequencing
Subcategories: NCBI

VecScreen quickly identifies contaminating vectors in your sequence. VecScreen is a system that quickly finds segments of a nucleic acid sequence that may be of vector origin. It helps researchers identify and remove any segments of vector origin before they analyze or submit sequences.

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BrowserGenome logo
Category: DNA sequencing

BrowserGenome is a web-based deep-sequencing data-analysis platform offering barcode deconvolution, read mapping, real-time data visualization, transcript-count analysis and data normalization. BrowserGenome is specifically focused on the evaluation of mRNA-seq data, but it can easily be extended to other applications (Schmid-Burgk JL, Hornung V, Nature Meth 12:1001, 2015).

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EDGE bioinformatics logo
Empowering the Development of Genomics Expertise

EDGE bioinformatics is intended to help truly democratize the use of Next Generation Sequencing for exploring genomes and metagenomes. Given that bioinformatic analysis is now the rate limiting factor in genomics, we developed EDGE bioinformatics with a user-friendly interface that allows scientists to perform a number of tailored analyses using many cutting-edge tools. Users can explore those and other data sets using a free demo hosted on the LANL server. Researchers who wish to analyse their

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