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Genome fractionation analysis software tools | High-throughput sequencing

Following polyploidy events, genomes undergo massive reduction in gene content through a process known as fractionation. Importantly, the fractionation process is not always random, and a bias as to which homeologous chromosome retains or loses more genes can be observed in some species. The process of characterizing whole genome fractionation requires identifying syntenic regions across genomes followed by post-processing of those syntenic datasets to identify and plot gene retention patterns.

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(Joyce et al., 2017) FractBias: a graphical tool for assessing fractionation bias following polyploidy. Bioinformatics.

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