Phil Trinh

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In order to apply gene-order rearrangement algorithms to the comparison of genome sequences, Pevzner and Tesler [9] bypass gene finding and ortholog identification, and use the order of homologous blocks of unannotated sequence as input. The method excludes blocks shorter than a threshold length and ignores small block-internal rearrangements. Here we(More)
In order to apply gene-order rearrangement algorithms to the comparison of genome sequences, Pevzner and Tesler bypass gene finding and ortholog identification and use the order of homologous blocks of unannotated sequence as input. The method excludes blocks shorter than a threshold length. Here we investigate possible biases introduced by eliminating(More)
MOTIVATION We study the largely unaligned regions between the syntenic blocks conserved in humans and mice, based on data extracted from the UCSC genome browser. These regions contain evolutionary breakpoints caused by inversion, translocation and other processes. RESULTS We suggest explanations for the limited amount of genomic alignment in the(More)
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