This year's Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology conference, held last week in Long Beach, Calif., featured an array of talks, papers, and posters describing software for sequence assembly, analyzing proteins and RNA, and other activities in the bioinformatics space.

The following is a roundup of some of the tools discussed at the conference.

NGS Assembly

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