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SUMMARY Artemis is a DNA sequence visualization and annotation tool that allows the results of any analysis or sets of analyses to be viewed in the context of the sequence and its six-frame translation. Artemis is especially useful in analysing the compact genomes of bacteria, archaea and lower eukaryotes, and will cope with sequences of any size from small(More)
A genome mapping system has been developed that reads and assembles data from clones analysed by restriction enzyme fragmentation and polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Input data for the system can be most effectively obtained by the use of a scanning densitometer and image-processing package, such as that described in this article. The image-processing(More)
A genome mapping package has been developed for reading and assembling data from clones analysed by restriction enzyme fragmentation and polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. The package comprises: data entry; matching; assembly; statistical analysis; modelling. Data entry can be either manual or by a semiautomatic system based on a scanning densitometer. The(More)
Large-scale systematic sequencing has generally depended on the availability of an ordered library of large-insert bacterial or viral genomic clones for the organism under study. The generation of these large insert libraries, and the location of each clone on a genome map, is a laborious and time-consuming process. In an effort to overcome these problems,(More)
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