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Volume 14 Supplement 5

Proceedings of the Third Annual RECOMB Satellite Workshop on Massively Parallel Sequencing (RECOMB-seq 2013)


Edited by Haixu Tang, Tao Jiang and Xuegong Zhang

The supplement has not received any external sponsorship, full details can be found in the Declarations of each individual article.

RECOMB-seq: Third Annual Recomb Satellite Workshop on Massively Parallel Sequencing. Go to conference site.

Beijing, China11-12 April 2013

  1. Elevated sequencing error rates are the most predominant obstacle in single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) detection, which is a major goal in the bulk of current studies using next-generation sequencing (NGS)....

    Authors: Manuel Allhoff, Alexander Schönhuth, Marcel Martin, Ivan G Costa, Sven Rahmann and Tobias Marschall
    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 5):S1
  2. Environmental shotgun sequencing (ESS) has potential to give greater insight into microbial communities than targeted sequencing of 16S regions, but requires much higher sequence coverage. The advent of next-g...

    Authors: Christina Ander, Ole B Schulz-Trieglaff, Jens Stoye and Anthony J Cox
    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 5):S2
  3. The joint sequencing of related genomes has become an important means to discover rare variants. Normal-tumor genome pairs are routinely sequenced together to find somatic mutations and their associations with...

    Authors: Eric Bareke, Virginie Saillour, Jean-François Spinella, Ramon Vidal, Jasmine Healy, Daniel Sinnett and Miklós Csűrös
    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 5):S3
  4. Identification of gene-phenotype relationships is a fundamental challenge in human health clinic. Based on the observation that genes causing the same or similar phenotypes tend to correlate with each other in...

    Authors: Jie Zhu, Yufang Qin, Taigang Liu, Jun Wang and Xiaoqi Zheng
    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 5):S5
  5. Somatically-acquired translocations may serve as important markers for assessing the cause and nature of diseases like cancer. Algorithms to locate translocations may use next-generation sequencing (NGS) platf...

    Authors: Matthew Hayes and Jing Li
    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 5):S6
  6. De Bruijn Superwalk with Multiplicities Problem is the problem of finding a walk in the de Bruijn graph containing several walks as subwalks and passing through each edge the exactly predefined number of times...

    Authors: Evgeny Kapun and Fedor Tsarev
    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 5):S7
  7. DNA methylation profiling reveals important differentially methylated regions (DMRs) of the genome that are altered during development or that are perturbed by disease. To date, few programs exist for regional...

    Authors: Sheng Li, Francine E Garrett-Bakelman, Altuna Akalin, Paul Zumbo, Ross Levine, Bik L To, Ian D Lewis, Anna L Brown, Richard J D'Andrea, Ari Melnick and Christopher E Mason
    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 5):S10
  8. Metagenomic sequencing is becoming a powerful technology for exploring micro-ogranisms from various environments, such as human body, without isolation and cultivation. Accurately identifying genes from metage...

    Authors: Yongchu Liu, Jiangtao Guo, Gangqing Hu and Huaiqiu Zhu
    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 5):S12
  9. RNA-seq has revolutionized our ability to survey the cellular transcriptome in great detail. However, while several approaches have been developed, the problem of assembling the short reads into full-length tr...

    Authors: Li Song and Liliana Florea
    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 5):S14
  10. We present a framework for the design of optimal assembly algorithms for shotgun sequencing under the criterion of complete reconstruction. We derive a lower bound on the read length and the coverage depth req...

    Authors: Guy Bresler, Ma'ayan Bresler and David Tse
    Citation: BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14(Suppl 5):S18

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