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Metassembler: Merging and optimizing de novo genome assemblies

bioRxiv

Mar 10, 2015

Alejandro Hernandez Wences, Michael C. Schatz

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Genome assembly projects typically run multiple algorithms in an attempt to find the single best assembly, although those assemblies often have complementary, if untapped, strengths and weaknesses. We present our metassembler algorithm that merges multiple assemblies of a genome into a ...read more

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  • Metassembler: Merging and optimizing de novo genome assemblies

    bioRxiv

    Mar 10, 2015

    Alejandro Hernandez Wences, Michael C. Schatz

    PMID: 990016352

    DOI: 10.1101/016352

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    Genome assembly projects typically run multiple algorithms in an attempt to find the single best assembly, although those assemblies often have complementary, if untapped, strengths and weaknesses. We present our metassembler algorithm that merges multiple assemblies of a genome into a ...read more

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    36
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