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Absent word identification software tools | Genome annotation

The search for short words that are absent in the genome of one or more organisms (neverwords, also known as nullomers) is attracting growing interest because of the impact they may have in recent molecular biology applications. Source text: Falda…
emMAW
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emMAW

Represents an external-memory algorithm for computing minimal absent words.…

Represents an external-memory algorithm for computing minimal absent words. EmMAW allows for computation of minimal absent words on far bigger data sets. This tool making use of external memory. The…

EAGLE
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EAGLE

An alignment-free method and associated program to compute relative absent…

An alignment-free method and associated program to compute relative absent words (RAW) in genomic sequences using a reference sequence. Currently, EAGLE runs on a command line linux environment,…

keeSeek
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keeSeek

A command line tool for generating, for a given reference genome, a set of…

A command line tool for generating, for a given reference genome, a set of k-mers absent in that genome. The main differences with respect to previously developed tools for neverwords generation are…

MAW
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MAW Minimal Absent Words

Classical notions for sequence comparison are increasingly being replaced by…

Classical notions for sequence comparison are increasingly being replaced by other similarity measures that refer to the composition of sequences in terms of their constituent patterns. One such…

Unwords
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Unwords

A software tool for the computation of absent words. Unwords is more efficient…

A software tool for the computation of absent words. Unwords is more efficient than previous algorithms and easier to use. It directly computes unwords without the need to specify a length estimate.…

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