DNA sequences for Shotgun DNA Mapping Algorithms

Via Dropbox:

If I can think of other cool things to download and upload to dropbox I’ll add them here.

  • http://www.facebook.com/markhahnel Mark Hahnel

    Nice, where did you find all of these?

    • http://www.iheartanthony.com Anthony Salvagno

      The sequences for the plasmids have the location where I found sequences in them. The yeast sequences I found at yeastgenome.org and I explain how I found those in the previous post (ie here: http://research.iheartanthony.com/2012/03/14/yeast-genome-found-potentially/). The sequence for lambda DNA I found on NEB’s website which took me somewhere else and that is in the .txt file that you can download from here.

  • http://www.facebook.com/markhahnel Mark Hahnel

    Nice, where did you find all of these?

  • Mark Hahnel

    Very nice! Where did you find all of these?

    • http://www.iheartanthony.com Anthony Salvagno

      In case you didn’t get the reply to the first comment: The sequences for the plasmids have the location where I found sequences in them. The yeast sequences I found at yeastgenome.org and I explain how I found those in the previous post (ie here: http://research.iheartanthony.com/2012/03/14/yeast-genome-found-potentially/). The sequence for lambda DNA I found on NEB’s website which took me somewhere else and that is in the .txt file that you can download from here.

      • Mark Hahnel

        Good stuff, some good detective work there :)

        • http://www.iheartanthony.com Anthony Salvagno

          Thanks. Being an open notebook scientist helped to hone my skillzzz.

    • http://www.iheartanthony.com Anthony Salvagno

      Also I should mention in case it’s not clear, but the plasmids are also .txt files and that’s what I mean that I put the location of where I found the files, at the top of the .txt file.

  • Mark Hahnel

    Very nice! Where did you find all of these?