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Old 10-02-2012, 09:37 AM   #1
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Default annotation for viral genome

I am working on chipseq data for virus and wonder is there a tool to annotate the genome. I have FAStq file as well as NCBI accession no which will have all annottaions. Doing mannual may add errors and time consuming so I am trying to find if there is smart tool available out. Once I have chip tag enriched I can map the genome reggions back to their annottaion.


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Is the virus assembled into a contiguous sequence?

Is it an accession number for the sequence, or the short reads?
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It has NCBI accession number.
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It has NCBI accession number.
What is the accession number?
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