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SATEComp : a Tool for in Silico Analysis of Transposable Elements

@inproceedings{FischerSATECompA,
  title={SATEComp : a Tool for in Silico Analysis of Transposable Elements},
  author={Carlos Fischer and Ricardo Cerri and Eduardo P. Costa and Maur{\'i}cio Bacci}
}
components in living beings and are involved in several fundamental processes. Due to the amount and variety of this type of molecule, the manual identification of TEs can be a very hard task. The Group of Bioinformatics of Rio Claro has developed SATEComp, a computational system aimed at identifying putative TEs in biological sequences and helping in the analysis of the results. SATEComp uses three strategies in order to identify TEs (BLAST, RepeatMasker and Keyword searches) that can be used… Expand

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