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Integrated gene prediction for prokaryotic genomes using EuGene

Abstract : With the advent of new generation sequencing, the annotation of new prokaryotic genomic sequences will occur in a data-rich context, including a variety of libraries of short reads of transcriptomic sequences. This rich context creates new potentialities in annotation. In this paper, we describe the new prokaryotic variant of the integrative gene prediction software EuGene. By leveraging RNA-Seq data, EuGene becomes capable of predicting new functional structures,including RNA genes and untranslated transcribed regions inside operons.
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Erika Sallet, Jerome Gouzy, Brice Roux, Delphine Capela, Laurent Sauviac, et al.. Integrated gene prediction for prokaryotic genomes using EuGene. JOBIM 2011 - 12e édition du Colloque - Journées Ouvertes en Biologie, Informatique et Mathématiques, Labo/service de l'auteur, Ville service, Pays service., Jun 2011, Paris, France. ⟨hal-02748784⟩



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