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Publication for RepeatGluer
Characterization of the past and current duplication activities in the human 22q11.2 region
[…] outside of 22q11.2 were not included, as our goal was to study the intra-LCR22 duplications implicated in human disorders. The pair-wise alignment information of these SDs was provided to the program RepeatGluer  for decomposing the 404 SDs into 523 non-overlapping duplication subunits. This approach is motivated by previous study [,]; a comparison of our subunits with those defined previously b […]
Identifying repeat domains in large genomes
[…] repeat family libraries and directly reveals composite repeats. Repeat family libraries have historically been constructed via manual curation. Recently, algorithms such as RepeatFinder , RECON , RepeatGluer , PILER  and RepeatScout  are increasingly automating the process of identifying repeat families from genomic sequence. For example, RECON has aided the construction of a library of […]
ReAS: Recovery of Ancestral Sequences for Transposable Elements from the Unassembled Reads of a Whole Genome Shotgun
[…] ed algorithms for detecting TEs. It relies on a comparison to known TEs from libraries like Repbase , which represents many years of manual labor. Computational tools like REPuter , RECON , and RepeatGluer  automate this process. However, almost all of the genomes sequenced today employ a whole genome shotgun (WGS) method that is incapable of assembling the most recent TEs, and any efforts […]
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