Parallel genomic sequence-search on a massively parallel system

@inproceedings{Thorsen2007ParallelGS,
  title={Parallel genomic sequence-search on a massively parallel system},
  author={Oystein Thorsen and Brian E. Smith and Carlos P. Sosa and Karl Jiang and Heshan Lin and Amanda E. Peters and Wu-chun Feng},
  booktitle={Conf. Computing Frontiers},
  year={2007}
}
In the life sciences, genomic databases for sequence search have been growing exponentially in size. As a result, faster sequence-search algorithms to search these databases continue to evolve to cope with algorithmic time complexity. The ubiquitous tool for such search is the Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST) [1] from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). Despite continued algorithmic improvements in BLAST, it cannot keep up with the rate at which the database is… CONTINUE READING
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