< BackDe novo assembly is a method for constructing genomes from a large number of (short- or long-) DNA fragments, with no a priori knowledge of the correct sequence or order of those fragments. The terminology for de novo assembly is sometimes inconsistent so we’ll use the definitions below: Reads Reads are DNA fragments. “Short-reads” typically … Continue reading What is de novo assembly?
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