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  1. jclub: Bloom Filter Trie - a data structure for pan-genome storage

    Note: this is a blog post from the DIB Lab journal club.

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    The paper:

    http://www.techfak.uni-bielefeld.de/~stoye/dropbox/wabi2015final.pdf

    "Bloom Filter Trie: a data structure for pan-genome storage."

    by Guillaume Holley, Roland Wittler, and Jens Stoye.

    Background

    • Pan Genome: Represents genes …
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  2. A review of "Large-Scale Search of Transcriptomic Read Sets with Sequence Bloom Trees"

    (This is a review of Large-Scale Search of Transcriptomic Read Sets with Sequence Bloom Trees, Solomon and Kingsford, 2015.)

    In this paper, Solomon and Kingsford present Sequence Bloom Trees (SBTs). SBT provides an efficient method for indexing multiple sequencing datasets and finding in which datasets a query sequence is present …

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