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Cite this Abbiotec, RRID:SCR_013596

An Antibody supplier (SCR_013596)

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Cite this AbD Serotec, RRID:SCR_008898

An Antibody supplier (SCR_008898)

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Cite this Abnova Corporation, RRID:SCR_013592

An Antibody supplier (SCR_013592)

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Cite this MLBGH , RRID:SCR_009297 (not available)

Software application that is an extension of the GENEHUNTER program to perform sib-pair and sib-ship linkage analysis using the Maximum Likelihood Binomial (MLB) method. (entry from Genetic Analysis Software) (SCR_009297)

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Cite this Pompep , RRID:SCR_010536

FTP site to access Schizosaccharomyces pombe protein data. (SCR_010536)

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Cite this GReEn , RRID:SCR_009264

A compression tool recently proposed for compressing genome resequencing data using a reference genome sequence. (SCR_009264)

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Cite this Mouse Genome Informatics Transgenes , RRID:SCR_003468

Data set of collected and annotated expression and activity data for recombinase-containing transgenes and knock-in alleles. As the authoritative source of official names for mouse genes, alleles, and strains, MGI makes this list of transgenes available as a service and includes all known transgenes and synonyms. NIF provides a database interface so that researchers may have a better idea whether the trangene or transgenic animal that they are searching for is available.
Nomenclature follows the rules and guidelines established by the International Committee on Standardized Genetic Nomenclature for Mice. (SCR_003468)

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Cite this AlienTrimmer , RRID:SCR_011835

Allows detecting and removing multiple alien sequences in both ends of sequence reads. (SCR_011835)

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Cite this IQRray , RRID:SCR_006057

Software based on evolutionary conservation of expression profiles, implemented in R, for identification of poor quality arrays in dataset composed of arrays from many independent experiments. (SCR_006057)

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Cite this LRTAE , RRID:SCR_009265

Software application to compute a likelihood ratio test statistic that increases power to detect genetic association in the presence of phenotype, genotype, and/or haplotype misclassification errors. In addition, the program produces asymptotically unbiased estimates of frequency parameters. (entry from Genetic Analysis Software) (SCR_009265)

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Cite this RELATIVE , RRID:SCR_009355

Software application for relationship estimation, in particular between putative sibs when parents are untyped (entry from Genetic Analysis Software) (SCR_009355)

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Cite this Multipoint Identical-by-descent Method , RRID:SCR_004676

Software application using multipoint IBD method for partitioning genetic variance of quantitative traits to specific chromosome regions using data on nuclear families. (entry from Genetic Analysis Software) (SCR_004676)

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Cite this MLD , RRID:SCR_009298

Software application performing a shuffling version of the exact conditional tests for different combinations of allelic and genotypic disequilibrium on haploid and diploid data, or their combination. (entry from Genetic Analysis Software) (SCR_009298)

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Cite this SHORE , RRID:SCR_011863

A mapping and analysis pipeline for short read data produced on the Illumina platform. (SCR_011863)

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Cite this BSSim , RRID:SCR_001212

Software to mimic various methylation level and bisulfite conversion rate in CpG, CHG and CHH context, respectively. It can also simulate genetic variations that are divergent from the reference sequence along with the sequencing error and quality distributions. In the output, both directional/non-directional, various read length, single/paired-end reads and alignment data in the SAM format can be generated. BSSim is a cross-platform BS-seq simulator offers output read datasets not only suitable for Illumina's Solexa, but also for Roche's 454 and Applied Biosystems' SOLiD. (SCR_001212)

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Cite this realSFS , RRID:SCR_002493

A software used to estimate the allele frequency and SNP calling. (SCR_002493)

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Cite this BLAST Assembled RefSeq Genomes , RRID:SCR_008420

This portal takes you to the NCBI''s BLAST Assembled RefSeq Genomes. The Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST) finds regions of local similarity between sequences. The program compares nucleotide or protein sequences to sequence databases and calculates the statistical significance of matches. BLAST can be used to infer functional and evolutionary relationships between sequences as well as help identify members of gene families. Sponsors: This resource is supported by the National Institutes of Health. Keywords: BLAST, Genome, Search engine, Sequence, Biological, Local, Alignment, Nucleotide, Protein, Program, Database, Stastical, Functional, Evolutionaary, Gene, (SCR_008420)

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Cite this GimmeMotifs , RRID:SCR_001146

Software that provides a de novo motif prediction pipeline, especially suited for ChIP-seq datasets. It incorporates several existing motif prediction algorithms in an ensemble method to predict motifs and clusters these motifs using the WIC similarity scoring metric. (SCR_001146)

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Cite this mirWIP , RRID:SCR_005055

Tool to search for targets of conserved microRNAs in Caenorhabditis elegans by weighting RISC-immunoprecipitation-enriched parameters. (SCR_005055)

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