Repeat Explorer of TN20

RepeatExplorer is an online tool that can give a bioinformatician a grasp on what repeats are in a genome, as well as their relative abundance.  Here, I took TN20 reads from NCBI (SRR1800548), trimmed with trimmomatic, converted to fasta with the fastx-toolkit, and sorted and interlaced with seqtk.  200,000 reads were retained that maintained the maximum length (150bp) and had a full length mate. Classified repeats were also obtained from running RepeatModeler on the H. glycines genome [1]. Read more about Repeat Explorer of TN20

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