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Next-generation DNA sequencing technologies have revolutionized diverse genomics applications, including de novo genome sequencing, SNP detection, chromatin immunoprecipitation, and transcriptome analysis. Here we apply deep sequencing to genome-scale fitness profiling to evaluate yeast strain collections in parallel. This method, Barcode analysis by(More)
BACKGROUND New techniques for determining relationships between biomolecules of all types--genes, proteins, noncoding DNA, metabolites and small molecules--are now making a substantial contribution to the widely discussed explosion of facts about the cell. The data generated by these techniques promote a picture of the cell as an interconnected information(More)
BACKGROUND The rapidly increasing speed with which genome sequence data can be generated will be accompanied by an exponential increase in the number of sequenced eukaryotes. With the increasing number of sequenced eukaryotic genomes comes a need for bioinformatic techniques to aid in functional annotation. Ideally, genome context based techniques such as(More)
A question of fundamental importance is the definition and identification of modules from microarray experiments. A wide variety of techniques have been used to gain insight into the elucidation of such modules. One problem, however, is the inability to directly compare results between the different data sets produced due to the inherent parameterizations(More)
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