Bacterial genome reduction as a result of short read sequence assembly


High-throughput comparative genomics has changed our view of bacterial evolution and relatedness. Many genomic comparisons, especially those regarding the accessory genome that is variably conserved across strains in a... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Charles Williamson (Northern Arizona University)
  2. Andrew Sanchez (Northern Arizona University)
  3. Adam Vazquez (Northern Arizona University)
  4. Joshua Gutman (Northern Arizona University)
  5. Jason Sahl (Northern Arizona University)

Topic Area

Comparative genomics, re-sequencing, SNPs, structural variation


OS-4 » Informatics, Assembly & Analysis (11:20 - Wednesday, 17th May, La Fonda Ballroom)

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