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Old 06-20-2012, 08:20 AM   #1
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Question Genomic Sequence Database vs Chromosomal sequence database ?

I am doing some experiment with BowTie 1. Now, I want to give BowTie the whole human genomic database as input. However, I have 22 chromosomal sequence database (non sex related) of forward strand. Can anyone help me, is concatenation of those 22 databases is same to whole genomic sequence or not. Means, is CAT 22 chromosomal sequence database == Whole Genomic Sequence database (non sex related) or not.
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Why not just use the prebuilt human indexes for Bowtie?
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Why not just use the prebuilt human indexes for Bowtie?
I have many chromosomal sequences (not only for Human or hg19/18). I have to do it for all. I don't think for all I can get prebuilt indexes. Another point is that for some cases I have to include/exclude sex related chromosomal sequence.
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