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Old 12-14-2011, 03:24 PM   #4
Michael.James.Clark
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Originally Posted by Jon_Keats View Post
I saw that version on the website, what are the "decoy" sequences? And more importantly where are they, are the standard chromosomes and super-contigs unchanges so that existing annotations still match?
Basically sequences not present in the reference genome, but present in humans and that should be aligned against for the most accurate/sensitive results.

Thanks for that link, Heng Li. I feel like the community outside the 1kG mailing list is almost ignorant to this whole "decoy sequence" issue.
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