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Utilization of whole genome sequencing to determine Clostridium difficile diversity and transmission potential
by Ciferri, Brianne, M.P.H.  Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. 2016: 36 pages; 1606872.
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Interrogating Genetic Diversity in Mycobacterium abscessus with Transposon-Sequencing
by Akusobi, Chidi Daniels, Ph.D.  Harvard University. 2020: 195 pages; 28095112.
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Assembling improved gene annotations in Clostridium acetobutylicum with RNA sequencing
by Ralston, Matthew T., M.S.  University of Delaware. 2015: 152 pages; 1585177.
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Genome assembly techniques
by Marcais, Guillaume, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2011: 119 pages; 3478881.
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Genome-wide mapping and functional analysis of copy number variation in the human genome
by Haraksingh, Rajini Rani, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2012: 185 pages; 3525284.
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Genome Assembly: Novel Applications by Harnessing Emerging Sequencing Technologies and Graph Algorithms
by Koren, Sergey, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2012: 238 pages; 3517547.
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Discovering Disease Causing Variants in Dogs Through Whole Genome Sequencing
by Kolicheski, Ana Leticia, Ph.D.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2017: 158 pages; 13877152.
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Meiotic Drive and Rapid Genome Evolution in Drosophila
by Chang, Ching-Ho, Ph.D.  University of Rochester. 2020: 234 pages; 27742341.
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An Exploration of Cancer-Associated Non-Coding Variations in Whole Genome Sequencing Data
by Torcivia, John Paul, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2020: 183 pages; 28088994.
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Attitudes toward Whole Genome Sequencing among Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Qualitative Interview Study
by Rashkin, Misha Dmitry Shepard, M.S.  Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. 2013: 54 pages; 1537181.
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Tumor versus matched-normal sequencing analysis and data integration
by Sanborn, J. Zachary, Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Cruz. 2012: 155 pages; 3551072.
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Clustering algorithms for next-generation sequencing data from heterogenous populations
by Prabhakara, Shruthi, Ph.D.  The Pennsylvania State University. 2012: 126 pages; 3737327.
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Romancing the gene: The human genome as our 5 million-year-old story
by Clogston, Christi L., Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2009: 245 pages; 3486442.
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Genome-wide investigation of histone 3 lysine 9 acetylation during leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana
by Tariq, Fayha, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2014: 99 pages; 1528054.
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Exome sequencing uncovers somatic drivers of endocrine tumorigenesis
by Cromer, Michael Kyle, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2014: 146 pages; 3580657.
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Algorithms for Assembly Consolidation and Prediction of Large-Scale Genome Structures
by Zhu, Shenglong, Ph.D.  University of Notre Dame. 2019: 168 pages; 28187463.
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Analyzing Longitudinal Isolates in the Age of Affordable Sequencing
by Pekar, Jonathan Eugene, M.S.  University of California, San Diego. 2018: 55 pages; 10842733.
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Mining Large-scale Sequencing Reads to Learn Mutational Processes
by Li, Shantao, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2017: 134 pages; 10783450.
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Dinoflagellate genomic organization and phylogenetic marker discovery utilizing deep sequencing data
by Mendez, Gregory Scott, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2016: 102 pages; 10159160.
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Analysis of genomic rearrangements in cancer from high throughput sequencing data
by Ballinger, Tracy J., Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Cruz. 2015: 173 pages; 3729995.
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Sequencing-based high-throughput profiling of DNA methylation
by Ball, Madeleine Price, Ph.D.  Harvard University. 2010: 275 pages; 3415411.
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Quantifying Nucleotide Variation in RNA Virus Populations by Next-generation Sequencing
by Fedewa, Gregory, Ph.D.  University of California, San Francisco. 2018: 69 pages; 10936274.
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Efficient identification of disease causative mutations with next generation sequencing technologies
by Maranhao, Bruno, Ph.D.  University of California, San Diego. 2015: 836 pages; 3718508.
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A Motif Discovery and Analysis Pipeline for Heterogeneous Next-Generation Sequencing Data
by Ramsay, Trevor, M.S.  University of California, Davis. 2015: 72 pages; 1599520.
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Ambiguous fragment assignment for high-throughput sequencing experiments
by Roberts, Adam, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2013: 93 pages; 3616509.
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