PHRED


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AcronymDefinition
PHREDPublic Health Research and Education Development (Canada)
PHREDPhil's Read Editor (University of Washington Genome Center)
PHREDPublic Health Risk Evaluation Data
PHREDPublic Health Review Evaluation Database
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To improve the accuracy of the assembly, the raw sequence reads were cleaned to remove Illumina adaptor sequences, low quality reads with a Phred score value less than 20, and contaminating sequences.
Speaker Phred Newbury told members about a safari trip in 2002 which had inspired her to continue visiting the country, spending six weeks a year helping a village school in the northwest of the country on the edge of the wetlands.
1) Phred Dvorak and Toko Sekiguchi, "Tokyo Governor Keeps Up Isle Rhetoric," Wall Street Journal Asia, August 28, 2012.
Unlike the demonized foes of early twentieth century political cartoons, Phred was a funny and complex character.
Dedham, Massachusetts) containing PHRED and PHRAP (Ewing &Green 1998, Ewing et al.
In addition to monitoring the status of runs in progress, a LIMS can also collect metrics, such as the total bases yielded from a run or the percentage of base calls with a PHRED quality score of more than Q30.
drinks and blunders his way through the war and comes out much as he went in, though with a Viet Cong pen pal, Phred.
Phred Dvorak's (2009) article "Clarity Is Missing Link in Supply Chain" cites Just-In-Time practices coupled with manufacturing supply chains as co-conspirators leading to the rapid spread of the worldwide business decline as orders decline or disappear.
ftcamp=rss&nclick_check=1; Phred Dvorak, SEC Orders Ex-CEO to Return Pay, Wall St.
Trip and going are ideal, his wide draw is no problem for a horse who can come from off the pace and a decent gallop looks on the cards with the in-form pair Acomb and Phred both likely to be prominent.