Gene identification: methods and considerations.

Abstract

This unit introduces readers to some of the more commonly used techniques for gene identification. The author discusses the general problem behind accurately predicting genes in both prefinished and finished sequence data, provides a handson description of programs available in the public domain, and suggests strategies for how to best tackle the prediction… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/0471142905.hg0606s29

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@article{Baxevanis2001GeneIM, title={Gene identification: methods and considerations.}, author={Andreas D. Baxevanis}, journal={Current protocols in human genetics}, year={2001}, volume={Chapter 6}, pages={Unit 6.6} }