Do it yourself guide to genome assembly
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Bioinformatics skills required for genome sequencing often represent a significant hurdle for many researchers working in computational biology. This humble effort highlights the significance of genome assembly as a research area, focuses on its need to remain accurate, provides details about the characteristics of the raw data, examines some key metrics, emphasizes some tools and draws attention to a generic tutorial with example data that outlines the whole pipeline for next-generation sequencing. The article concludes by pointing out some major future research problems.
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Wajid, B., & Serpedin, E.