Sequence Assembler


Here is a screen shot of the Sequence Assembler sample application.
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Sequence Assembler Introduction
Microsoft Research Senior Program Manager Michael Zyskowski introduces this sample application, which was built with the Microsoft Biology Foundation. The application can be used by scientists and researchers to study DNA, RNA, and protein sequences.



Sequence Assembler: DNA Short Reads
Microsoft Research Senior Program Manager Michael Zyskowski discusses how the Sequence Assember can be used to study the short read format of DNA sequences, and demonstrates how to perform sequence assemblies, access BLAST services, and use the SilverMap feature.



Sequence Assembler: DNA Long Reads
Microsoft Research Senior Program Manager Michael Zyskowski discusses how the Sequence Assember can be used to study the long read format of DNA sequences, and demonstrates how to perform sequence assemblies and access BLAST services.



Sequence Assembler: De Novo Assembly
Microsoft Research Senior Program Manager Michael Zyskowski demonstrates the benefits of the novel Parallel de Novo Assembler (PaDeNA) and Smith-Waterman pairwise aligner, both included in the Microsoft Biology Foundation (MBF) library.



Sequence Assembler: Protein Alignments
Microsoft Research Senior Program Manager Michael Zyskowski discusses how the Sequence Assember can be used to study protein sequences, and demonstrates how to perform sequence assemblies, access BLAST services, and use the SilverMap feature.

Last edited Jan 10, 2012 at 10:26 PM by Rickbe, version 18

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