16S rRNA Refseq V15.22 Genomic RefSeq V9.14
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+Overview
+Taxon Description
+Identify 16S rRNA Sequence
+Genomes
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 >Genomics Tools Overview
 >HOMD Genome Viewer
 >HOMD JBrowse Genome Viewer
 >Dynamic Genome Annotation
 +Blast against Genomes
  >BLAST databases
  >BLAST Search main parameters
  >FASTA format description
  >Full list of the BLAST Advanced options
  >Matrix
  >Out-Of-Frame BLAST notation
  >BLAST Color schema description
  >Programs available for the BLAST search
  >Low complexity filtering
 >HOMD Dynamic Genomic BLAST
 >KEGG Pathway
 >Gene Ontology
 >Sequence Batch Download
+Database Search
General Documentation
+HOMD Information
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4-9] Low complexity filtering

Reference for the DUST program:Tatusov, R. L. and D. J. Lipman, in preparation. Hancock, J. M. and J. S. Armstrong (1994). SIMPLE34: an improved and enhanced implementation for VAX and Sun computers of the SIMPLE algorithm for analysis of clustered repetitive motifs in nucleotide sequences. Comput Appl Biosci 10:67-70.Reference for the SEG program:Wootton, J. C. and S. Federhen (1993). Statistics of local complexity in amino acid sequences and sequence databases. Computers in Chemistry 17:149-163. Wootton, J. C. and S. Federhen (1996). Analysis of compositionally biased regions in sequence databases. Methods in Enzymology 266: 554-571. Reference for the role of filtering in search strategies:Altschul, S. F., M. S. Boguski, W. Gish, J. C. Wootton (1994). Issues in searching molecular sequence databases. Nat Genet 6: 119-129.
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