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BowTIE (Brass Technique Instruction Environment) is an application designed to help trumpet, horn, euphonium, and tuba players learn fingering technique. BowTIE provides excellent support for trumpet and horn players who are learning to transpose.
Bowtie, an ultrafast, memory-efficient short read aligner for short DNA sequences (reads) from next-gen sequencers. Please cite: Langmead B, et al. Ultrafast and memory-efficient alignment of short DNA sequences to the human genome. Genome Biol 10:R25.
Whats New\t Chimerascan version 0.4.5 (released February 25, 2012) is primarily a bug-fix release. Fixed a bug where genes spanning large genomic distances could effectively "mask" gene fusions occuring within their intronic regions. Fixed a bug where some fusions were inappropriately reported as "read-through" when in fact they were the result of genomic structural alterations. These fusions will now be reported as "Adjacent_Complex" fusions. Added support for GTF gene model files through the n
B-SOLANAFunctionB-SOLANA provides a fast and accurate all-in-one approach including alignment and methylation calling of two-base encoding (â€œcolorspaceâ€�) bisulfite sequencing data. The publication of B-SOLANA in Bioinformatics can be found here Our review about primary data analysis in BS-Seq can be found here Coding languagePython (http://www.python.org/) RequirementsMinimum hardware requirements: 4 processors, 8GB RAM. Operating System requirements: B-SOLANA has been developed for Linux/UN
The RNA Annotation, Mapping, and Start-Site Identification System (RAMSIS) is developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the United States Department of Energy (DoE). It is built for the DOE Systems Biology Knowledgebase and omics annotation systems. RAMSIS will be used for the Joint Genome Institute (JGI) to annotate the genetic regulatory networks of microbes of interest for energy, the environment, and national security. Features of the first release: 1) Support for multiple mapping tools
www.biopieces.orgThe Biopieces are a collection of bioinformatics tools that can be pieced together in a very easy and flexible manner to perform both simple and complex tasks. The Biopieces work on a data stream in such a way that the data stream can be passed through several different Biopieces, each performing one specific task: modifying or adding records to the data stream, creating plots, or uploading data to databases and web services. The Biopieces are executed in a command line environm