New Algorithm Identifies Short Tandem Repeats From Next-Gen Sequencing Data | GenomeWeb

While short tandem repeats are commonly used in forensics and genealogy, they are not as popular in the research world. "Somehow these markers got forgotten, to some extent," says Yaniv Erlich from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, adding that single nucleotide polymorphisms are often used in research instead.

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