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  • synteny from transcriptomic data

    Hello all,
    I want to ask how one can plot synteny between two transcriptomic data (454 pyrosequencing) from same species but different cultivars.

    Thanks
    Parul

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    You generally wouldn't get synteny information from transcriptomics, you need genome sequences (sequence of DNA instead of RNA).

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    • #3
      Thanks cliffbeall
      ya... this I know, that genome sequence is required for synteny plot but i am searching a tool to compare two transcriptomes.

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