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An interactive DNA barcode browser

  • 1. IBAHCM, MVLS, University of Glasgow

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This paper describes an interactive web application to display DNA barcode data. It supports both query by sequence and query by geographic area. By using n-gram indexing of DNA sequences, and alignment-free phylogeny construction, the user can interactively explore DNA barcode data in real time.

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