Enzyme selection for optical mapping is hard
The process of assembling a genome, without access to a reference genome, is prone to a type of error called a misassembly error. These errors are difficult to detect and can mimic true, biological variation. Optical mapping data has been shown to have the potential to reduce misassembly errors in draft genomes. Optical mapping data is generated using digestion enzymes on a genome. In this paper, we formulate the problem of selecting optimal digestion enzymes to create the most informative optical map. We show this process in NP-hard and W-hard. We also propose and evaluate a machine learning ...
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