Next generation sequencing (NGS) made it possible to provide whole genome sequences of pathogenic and commercially significant organisms in limited time, and with minimal cost. Computational comparative genomics is necessary, given that we sequence thousands of organisms every day, but our follow-up knowledge is still very limited. Nevertheless, genomic information from a single genome is insufficient to provide insights into the life style and extended view of the gene pool of a species. Multiple genomes could enrich our understanding of the relatedness of, and variations in organisms.
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