Fast-SG: An alignment-free algorithm for hybrid assembly

@article{Genova2017FastSGAA,
  title={Fast-SG: An alignment-free algorithm for hybrid assembly},
  author={A. Di Genova and Gonzalo A. Ruz and Marie-France Sagot and A. Maass},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2017}
}
Long read sequencing technologies are the ultimate solution for genome repeats, allowing near reference level reconstructions of large genomes. However, long read de novo assembly pipelines are computationally intense and require a considerable amount of coverage, thereby hindering their broad application to the assembly of large genomes. Alternatively, hybrid assembly methods which combine short and long read sequencing technologies can reduce the time and cost required to produce de novo… Expand

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