TEMP: a computational method for analyzing transposable element polymorphism in populations

@inproceedings{Zhuang2014TEMPAC,
  title={TEMP: a computational method for analyzing transposable element polymorphism in populations},
  author={Jiali Zhuang and Jie Wang and William E. Theurkauf and Zhiping Weng},
  booktitle={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2014}
}
Insertions and excisions of transposable elements (TEs) affect both the stability and variability of the genome. Studying the dynamics of transposition at the population level can provide crucial insights into the processes and mechanisms of genome evolution. Pooling genomic materials from multiple individuals followed by high-throughput sequencing is an efficient way of characterizing genomic polymorphisms in a population. Here we describe a novel method named TEMP, specifically designed to… CONTINUE READING
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