Monthly Archives: September 2011

Splitting Paired End Sequence Reads

In genome sequencing projects one of the things we often need to do is split paired end sequence reads into the two ends. Like everything, there is the simple way, and the correct way to do this. I’m not saying which one this is.

After the break, I provide a really brief introduction to the problem, and describe a simple software solution that allows you to parse a sequence library and identify the paird ends.


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