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YASRA (Yet Another Short Read Assembler) performs comparative assembly of short reads using a reference genome, which can differ substantially from the genome being sequenced. Mapping reads to reference genomes makes use of LASTZ (Harris et al), a pairwise sequence aligner compatible with BLASTZ. Special scoring sets were derived to improve the performance, both in runtime and quality for 454 and Illumina sequence reads.  
 
YASRA (Yet Another Short Read Assembler) performs comparative assembly of short reads using a reference genome, which can differ substantially from the genome being sequenced. Mapping reads to reference genomes makes use of LASTZ (Harris et al), a pairwise sequence aligner compatible with BLASTZ. Special scoring sets were derived to improve the performance, both in runtime and quality for 454 and Illumina sequence reads.  
 
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Revision as of 20:41, 12 January 2018

Description

yasra website  
YASRA (Yet Another Short Read Assembler) performs comparative assembly of short reads using a reference genome, which can differ substantially from the genome being sequenced. Mapping reads to reference genomes makes use of LASTZ (Harris et al), a pairwise sequence aligner compatible with BLASTZ. Special scoring sets were derived to improve the performance, both in runtime and quality for 454 and Illumina sequence reads.

Required Modules

Serial

  • yasra


System Variables

  • HPC_{{#uppercase:yasra}}_DIR - installation directory
  • HPC_{{#uppercase:yasra}}_BIN - executable directory