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Rene Warren [Send a message]
Member since: May 17, 2007
I am a bioinformatician with extensive experience in computational biology and a regular reviewer for scientific journals Bioinformatics & BMC bioinformatics. I developed the first, highly cited, algorithm for short read sequence assembly, SSAKE. A modified version of the algorithm was used for sequence profiling of the human T-cell repertoire, targeted de novo assembly, HLA typing and its use was key to the discovery of Fusobacterium in colorectal carcinoma.
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Software: SSAKE supports paired-end read data to build scaffolds
Submitted by Rene Warren; posted on Friday, December 21, 2007


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