Cgaln: fast and space-efficient whole-genome alignment

@inproceedings{Nakato2010CgalnFA,
  title={Cgaln: fast and space-efficient whole-genome alignment},
  author={Ryuichiro Nakato and Osamu Gotoh},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2010}
}
Whole-genome sequence alignment is an essential process for extracting valuable information about the functions, evolution, and peculiarities of genomes under investigation. As available genomic sequence data accumulate rapidly, there is great demand for tools that can compare whole-genome sequences within practical amounts of time and space. However, most existing genomic alignment tools can treat sequences that are only a few Mb long at once, and no state-of-the-art alignment program can… CONTINUE READING

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