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Tools for annotation and comparison of structural variation

Author(s)
Justin M. Zook, Fritz Sedlazeck, Andi Dhroso, Justin Paschall
The impact of structural variants (SVs) on a variety of organisms and diseases like cancer has become increasingly evident. Methods for SV detection when

Genome-wide reconstruction of complex structural variants using read clouds

Author(s)
Noah Spies, Ziming Weng, Alex Bishara, Jennifer H. McDaniel, David N. Catoe, Justin M. Zook, Marc L. Salit, Robert B. West, Serafim Batzoglou, Arend Sidow
Recently developed methods that utilize partitioning of long genomic DNA fragments, and barcoding of shorter fragments derived from them, have succeeded in

PEPR: Pipeline for Evaluating Prokaryotic References

Author(s)
Nathanael D. Olson, Justin M. Zook, Daniel V. Samarov, Scott A. Jackson, Marc L. Salit
The rapid adoption of microbial whole genome sequencing in public health, clinical testing, and forensic labo-ratories requires the use of validated and well

Benchmarks for genome sequencing

Author(s)
Justin M. Zook, Marc L. Salit
In this issue, Griffith et al. present one of the most comprehensive genome-sequence data sets to date from a patient with myeloid leukemia, including

svviz: a read viewer for validating structural variants

Author(s)
Noah Spies, Justin M. Zook, Marc L. Salit, Arend Sidow
We present svviz, a sequencing read visualizer for structural variants (SVs) that sorts and displays only reads relevant to a candidate SV. This is accomplished