Geneious Prime includes genome annotation features and reports. Annotation is often used to describe the structure and function of various genomic regions, such as genes, CDS's (coding sequences), exons, introns, 5'-…
https://thesequencingcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/TSC_wide_logo_blue-e1546560904499.png00Richard Caseyhttps://thesequencingcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/TSC_wide_logo_blue-e1546560904499.pngRichard Casey2019-12-04 10:19:562021-03-26 05:09:03How to annotate a genome with Geneious
We have numerous clients who use Geneious for bioinformatics data analysis. They use Geneious for sequence alignments of their sample datasets against reference genomes and for the interpretation of Geneious variant call…
Geneious Prime is one of many bioinformatics tools that we use to postprocess sequencing datasets. Geneious includes an extensive set of functions to perform sequence alignments of sample reads against reference genomes. And it includes…
We often use Geneious for the alignment of sequenced samples to reference genomes. When sequencing runs are finished, our sequencers generate raw FastQ files, which typically contain millions of short DNA fragments ("reads").…
https://thesequencingcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/TSC_wide_logo_blue-e1546560904499.png00Richard Caseyhttps://thesequencingcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/TSC_wide_logo_blue-e1546560904499.pngRichard Casey2019-01-09 17:15:362021-03-26 07:18:09Sequence alignments with Geneious
Reading Geneious Reports
We often use Geneious to generate SNP/indel variant call reports. A truncated report is available here. (The number of SNP's/indels in a typical report can be quite large so we only show a few records in this example).
Phaster is a bioinformatics tool for analyzing bacteriophage sequencing data sets. It generates a variety of phage identification and annotation results that are very useful for interpreting phage sequencing data. Currently, Phaster contains…
https://thesequencingcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/TSC_wide_logo_blue-e1546560904499.png00Ryan Caseyhttps://thesequencingcenter.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/TSC_wide_logo_blue-e1546560904499.pngRyan Casey2018-11-11 22:22:092020-12-20 16:01:04How to use Phaster for bacteriophage bioinformatics
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