GAGE-B: an evaluation of genome assemblers for bacterial organisms

@inproceedings{Magoc2013GAGEBAE,
  title={GAGE-B: an evaluation of genome assemblers for bacterial organisms},
  author={Tanja Magoc and Stephan Pabinger and Stefan Canzar and Xinyue Liu and Qi Su and Daniela Puiu and Luke J. Tallon and Steven L Salzberg},
  booktitle={Bioinformatics},
  year={2013}
}
MOTIVATION A large and rapidly growing number of bacterial organisms have been sequenced by the newest sequencing technologies. Cheaper and faster sequencing technologies make it easy to generate very high coverage of bacterial genomes, but these advances mean that DNA preparation costs can exceed the cost of sequencing for small genomes. The need to contain costs often results in the creation of only a single sequencing library, which in turn introduces new challenges for genome assembly… CONTINUE READING

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