Eukaryotic telomeric repeats - Coggle Diagram
Telomeric repeats helping with De-Novo Assembling without reference
Comparative analysis of telomeres can help with research of cancer and aging mechanisms
Purpose and objectives
comparative analysis of telomeric repeats in eukaryotes
Objective to obtain information for analysis
An auxiliary objective to be able to make more comparisons
Tandem repeats occur in DNA when a pattern of one or more nucleotides is repeated and the repetitions are directly adjacent to each other.
Telomere is a region of repetitive nucleotide sequences associated with specialized proteins at the ends of linear chromosomes.
Contigs is a set of overlapping DNA segments that together represent a consensus region of DNA.
Scaffolds consist of overlapping contigs separated by gaps of known length.
Separating telomeric repeats from tandem repeats and create an output file with coordinates for further processing.
Optimize the genome sequence file for further processing
Visualization of telomere sequences in the genome file.
Current methods of telomere repeat processing and analysis were reviewed
Theory of telomere and tandem repeat mechanisms in eukaryotes was studied
A program was developed to search for and visualize telomere repeats in the genome
Create a clearer visualization of repeats in the genome
Create a program for mass comparative analysis of telomere repeats
Conduct a comparative analysis of telomere repeats