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The Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at the University of Maryland has released TopHat 1.3.0.

The new version of the spliced read mapper for RNA-seq data includes a restructured internal workflow that compresses all temporary data during a run in order to improve running time on networked filesystems.

The software now supports both GTF2 and GFF3 formats and can take gzip or bzip2 compressed FASTQ or FASTA files as input

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