Pan-genome sequence analysis using Panseq: an online tool for the rapid analysis of core and accessory genomic regions

@inproceedings{Laing2010PangenomeSA,
  title={Pan-genome sequence analysis using Panseq: an online tool for the rapid analysis of core and accessory genomic regions},
  author={Chad Laing and Cody Buchanan and Eduardo N. Taboada and Yongxiang Zhang and Andrew M Kropinski and Andre Villegas and James E. Thomas and Victor P. J. Gannon},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2010}
}
The pan-genome of a bacterial species consists of a core and an accessory gene pool. The accessory genome is thought to be an important source of genetic variability in bacterial populations and is gained through lateral gene transfer, allowing subpopulations of bacteria to better adapt to specific niches. Low-cost and high-throughput sequencing platforms have created an exponential increase in genome sequence data and an opportunity to study the pan-genomes of many bacterial species. In this… CONTINUE READING
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