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EGassembler

Aligns and merges sequence fragments resulting from shotgun sequencing or gene transcripts (EST) fragments in order to reconstruct the original segment or gene
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    Sequence Cleaning
      This process uses TIGR's SeqClean script for automated trimming and validation of ESTs or other DNA sequences by screening for various contaminants, low quality and low-complexity sequences(http://www.tigr.org/tdb/tgi/software/).
    Repeat Masking Vector Masking
      This process uses Phil Green's Cross_Match program for comparing any two DNA sequence sets (here, the vector database aginst your sequences). Process masks any match to the vectors in your sequences and returns results in different format. (http://www.phrap.org/phredphrapconsed.html).
    Organelle Masking
      This process uses Phil Green's Cross_Match program for comparing any two DNA sequence sets (here, the NCBI's organelle database aginst your sequences). Process masks any match to the organelle in your sequences and returns results in different format. (http://www.phrap.org/phredphrapconsed.html).
    Sequence Assembly
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Reference:
Masoudi-Nejad A, Tonomura K, Kawashima S, Moriya Y, Suzuki M, Itoh M, Kanehisa M, Endo T, Goto S (2006)
EGassembler: online bioinformatics service for large-scale processing, clustering and assembling ESTs and genomic DNA fragments. Nucleic Acids Res. 34:W459-462.