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Old 01-27-2010, 01:46 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by javijevi View Post
Do you mean SAET improved the percentage of bases mapped by BFAST from 55 to 70%? Or are they using another alignment other than BFAST?
I used SAET just now to increase the percentage of bases aligned with BFAST from 55% to 70% at the cost of noise. This was on very old and thus noisy data set so you may get different results. Also, I did not check how this affected detection of polymorphisms (did it correct away the SNPs?). Hence I would not recommend using it until a more conclusive study is performed rather than my one-time anecdotal experience.

"They" (ABI) use mapreads in Bioscope, whereas I use(d) BFAST.
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