ComputeStopInfo.c geneid v 1.1 source documentation

Genes are series of connected exons. It sometimes happens that one stop codon is made up by the final nucleotides of the left exon and the last nucleotides of the right one. To avoid this situation, geneid records these features for every exon. Then, during the assembly, this requirement is evaluated.
void ComputeStopInfo(exonGFF* e, char* s)
Record which nucleotides were at the end of the current exon according to the content of the input sequence. Depending on the lValue (beginning) and rValue (end), during the assembly, a connection will be allowed or not.

Enrique Blanco Garcia © 2001