Tag Archives: gene annotation

Uncovering Phage StrongArm: Part 3… The Final Chapter

Woah, it’s been a few months since I was last here so let me summarise what you lucky people have all missed out on. Can you believe it’s been 145 days, or 20 weeks and 5 days or 4 months … Continue reading

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What a year it has been

The year is coming to an end and it’s time to reflect. In my first blog I wrote about the resilience I needed while collecting samples. In my second blog I talked about the highs and lows of ‘bonding’ and … Continue reading

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It’s a bird, It’s a plane … Nope it’s a tRNA!

DNA annotation is the final step of successfully capturing a phage and really gets into the knitty gritty. Through the use of PECAAN [1] , Phamarator [2] and DNA master [3] software I was able to get to the bottom … Continue reading

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