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RepeatMasker analysis of Tasmanian devil long and short consensus sequences

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posted on 2021-04-27, 08:15 authored by Emma MacdonaldEmma Macdonald
RepeatMasker outputs (RM2_Tasmanian_devil.._IGS.align) were used to annotate the long and short human rDNA consensus units (AnnotatedTasmanian_devi_rDNA_consensus_long/short.geneious) generated using nanopore reads (NCBI accession PRJEB34649).
The repeat-annotated long and short consensus IGS sequences were aligned to compare repeat number, size and position (Tasmanian_Devil_Long_Consensus_aligned_with_Tasmanian_Devil_Short_Consensus).

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