Gabriel H. Murillo

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MOTIVATION A review of the available single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) calling procedures for Illumina high-throughput sequencing (HTS) platform data reveals that most rely mainly on base-calling and mapping qualities as sources of error when calling SNPs. Thus, errors not involved in base-calling or alignment, such as those in genomic sample(More)
It has been shown that the twist number of a reduced alternating knot can be determined by summing certain coefficients in the Jones Polynomial. In the discovery of this twist number, it became evident that there exist higher order twist numbers which are the sums of other coefficients. Some relations between the second twist number and the first are(More)
MOTIVATION Single nucleotide variant (SNV) detection procedures are being utilized as never before to analyze the recent abundance of high-throughput DNA sequencing data, both on single and multiple sample datasets. Building on previously published work with the single sample SNV caller genotype model selection (GeMS), a multiple sample version of GeMS(More)
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