Paper Title:
Strategy of Repeats in DNA Sequence Assembly
  Abstract

This study is a concentrated at the strategy of repeats in DNA sequence assembly. To deal with the sequences with repeats is a difficult problem in DNA sequence assembly. On basis of strategy learning about masking repeats,this study proposes a method based on mate-pair analysis, and a developing strategy on Amos platform.

  Info
Periodical
Edited by
Qi Luo
Pages
927-931
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.58-60.927
Citation
Y. A. Zhang, M. F. Xue, L. Li, Y. Q. Han, "Strategy of Repeats in DNA Sequence Assembly", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 58-60, pp. 927-931, 2011
Online since
June 2011
Export
Price
$32.00
Share

In order to see related information, you need to Login.

In order to see related information, you need to Login.

Authors: Li Zhi Gu, Peng Li, Tie Ming Xiang
Chapter 8: CAD/CAE/CAM
Abstract:Virtual assembly plays an important part in virtual fabrication. It can be used to verify whether the design is correctly performed, modify...
1984
Authors: Jing Zhang, Yun Sheng Yang, Shao Wei Feng
Chapter 1: Mechatronics
Abstract:It is important for assemble industry to generate an optimized assembly sequences. In order to solve this problem, firstly an oriented mating...
1171
Authors: Feng Gu, Xiao Hu Zheng
Chapter 1: Engineering Design. Theory and Practice
Abstract:Using functions of the parametric design and assembling in Pro/E, the parametric model for parts of shaping machine was established and the...
275
Authors: Xiang Hua Zhang, Guo Hong Dai, Feng Xie, Xiao Ying Dong
Chapter 3: Manufacturing Systems Modeling and Optimization
Abstract:Computer Aided Assembly Process Planning is a method of automatically generating assembly process files with computer. This paper describes...
1008
Authors: Xiao Long Li, Gui Hua Li, Jun Ying Wang, Hui Wang
Chapter 8: Advanced Decisions for Automatic Manufacturing
Abstract:Assembly accuracy has a crucial impact on the movement, load and fatigue of gear drivetrain. In this paper, a methodology on the accuracy...
1656