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Old 09-09-2009, 06:11 PM   #1
RajAgainstTheMachine
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Default Roche 454 + Illumina/Solexa hybrid assembly strategies

Hi, all.

I'd like to know what strategies people are using to perform hybrid 454/Illumina assemblies. What general approach are people using to combine data sets? Are there any recommended software packages that can assemble reads from both platforms together? What about viewing, editing, and finishing?

I realize this question is somewhat vague and open-ended, but I'm starting from scratch here and could use some direction. Thanks in advance.

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You can start using mira. (http://chevreux.org/projects_mira.html)
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Thanks for the pointer. It looks like a fairly comprehensive package.

Any other advice for taking on this kind of project?
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