[BiO BB] anyone familiar with flybase or scaffolding nomenclature?
Gurgul, Dennis J.
DGURGUL at PARTNERS.ORG
Fri Dec 28 08:22:20 EST 2007
Received the attached from a friend who was involved in the development of
flybase. Hope it helps.
Dennis J. Gurgul
Partners Health Care
From: bio_bulletin-bounces at board [mailto:bio_bulletin-bounces at board] On Behalf
Of Mike Marchywka
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2007 8:19 AM
To: bbb at bioinformatics.org
Subject: [BiO BB] anyone familiar with flybase or scaffolding nomenclature?
I read this
and thought it may be interesting to go get 12 assembled small genomes to
search for various polymoprhisms and test some code. I downloaded the
fasta files from flybase and hunted around their site for a while
but I couldn't figure out what the scaffold names mean or
if there is a set of assembled genomes somewhere. Anyone
have a link to relevant tutorial info? For that matter, can anyone suggest
another set of closely related organisms ( breeds within species
or cultivars among plants, I'm quite open to ideas) with small genomes
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