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Anatomy of a hash-based long read sequence mapping algorithm for next generation DNA sequencing.

Bioinformatics. 2011 Jan 15;27(2):189-95

Authors: Misra S, Agrawal A, Liao WK, Choudhary A

Recently, a number of programs have been proposed for mapping short reads to a reference genome. Many of them are heavily optimized for short-read mapping and hence are very efficient for shorter queries, but that makes them inefficient or not applicable for reads longer than 200 bp. However, many sequencers are already generating longer reads and more are expected to follow. For long read sequence mapping, there are limited options; BLAT, SSAHA2, FANGS and BWA-SW are among the popular ones. However, resequencing and personalized medicine need much faster software to map these long sequencing reads to a reference genome to identify SNPs or rare transcripts.

PMID: 21088030 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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