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A Data Compression Scheme for Re-Sequenced Assembled Genomes

Due to the falling cost of DNA sequencing (as of January 2014, the estimated cost is $1000/human genome) and the continuing growth of personalized medicine, biotech companies are generating huge amounts of data that need to be efficiently stored and handl...
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PCAmask: a novel approach for elucidating the evolutionary history of human populations through local ancestry deconvolution in admixed individuals

The genomes of admixed individuals are unique in that they are comprised of a mosaic of DNA segments derived from different ancestral populations. The advent of local ancestry deconvolution algorithms--designed to assign specific regions of admixed chromo...
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