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Efficient parallel and out of core algorithms for constructing large bi-directed de Bruijn graphs

BMC Bioinformatics

Nov 17, 2010

Vamsi K KundetiVishal Thapar

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Assembling genomic sequences from a set of overlapping reads is one of the most fundamental problems in computational biology. Algorithms addressing the assembly problem fall into two broad categories - based on the data structures which they employ. The first class uses an overlap/stri...read more

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Efficient parallel and out of core algorithms for constructing large bi-directed de Bruijn graphs

BMC Bioinformatics

Nov 17, 2010

Vamsi K KundetiVishal Thapar

PMID: 21078174

DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-11-560

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