[BiO BB] aligment of large sequences
rwang at bccrc.ca
Fri Feb 3 17:51:31 EST 2006
Anybody knows any good program for alignment/comparison of large sequences, e.g., two genomes of closely related species, for identifying the inversion deletion and translocation.
From: bio_bulletin_board-bounces+rwang=bccrc.ca at bioinformatics.org [mailto:bio_bulletin_board-bounces+rwang=bccrc.ca at bioinformatics.org] On Behalf Of Yaoqi Zhou
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The most recent comparison can be found in comparing SPEM with other
sequence alignment methods.
H. Zhou and Y. Zhou, ``SPEM: Improving multiple-sequence alignment with
sequence profiles and predicted secondary structures'', Bioinformatics
21, 3615--3621 (2005).
Download and/or run SPEM server at http://theory.med.buffalo.edu
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On Feb 2, 2006, at 6:31 PM, Franklin Jose wrote:
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> Is there any difference between tools, methods and algorithms in
> sequence alignment?
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