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Repeat in genomes: how and why you should consider them in genome analyses

Emmanuelle Lerat 1, 2, 3 
2 Eléments transposables, évolution, populations
GINSENG - Département génétique, interactions et évolution des génomes [LBBE]
Abstract : Repeats, and more particularly Transposable Elements (TEs) are major components of eukaryotes due to their effect at short and long terms on the genome evolution and species adaptation. It is thus important to be able to identify them in genome sequences to allow further analyses that can decipher their action. To perform these tasks, numerous tools have been developed to answer specific biological questions going from their annotation in assembled and non-assembled genome to polymorphic sequence variation among natural populations.
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Emmanuelle Lerat. Repeat in genomes: how and why you should consider them in genome analyses. Michael Gribskov; Christian Schonbach; Kenta Nakai; Shoba Ranganathan. Encyclopedia of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, 2, Elsevier, pp.210-220, 2019, 9780128114148. ⟨10.1016/B978-0-12-809633-8.20227-6⟩. ⟨hal-02989096⟩



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