mpsrch Speedster Reveals his Secret | GenomeWeb

In Nat Goodman’s review of the available approaches to high-performance sequence analysis (“Catch a Rising Star,” Oct. ’02) he notes that we at Aneda “march to a different drummer” and, having tried our product MPSRCH, he wonders how we achieve our “incredible speed” considering that we deliver the full Smith-Waterman. I couldn’t let Nat’s question go unanswered, so let me outline our approach, share a few of our secrets, and show you just how good the performance of the algorithm can be.

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