Q&A: U of Washington's Martin Tompa Sizes Up Multiple-Alignment Tools

Overall, the study found that Pecan, developed by the European Bioinformatics Institute, was the best-performing multiple alignment tool because it aligned as much of the human genome to other species as any of the other tools, and its matches were consistently more accurate, especially between more distantly related species.

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