A new version of RepeatExplorer pipeline introduced in Nature Protocols

RepeatExplorer is a computational pipeline designed to identify and quantify repetitive sequences in eukaryotic genomes. The pipeline was developed by scientists from the Laboratory of Molecular Cytogenetics of the Biology Centre seven years ago, and since then it has become widely adopted for repetitive DNA analysis in plant and animal genomes. Its new version, featuring several major improvements and associated workflows, has been published in the current issue of the prestigious journal Nature Protocols.

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