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DNAStar has released its SeqMan NGen3 software for assembling genomes. According to the company, the software can assemble a human genome on a desktop computer in less than a day and bacterial genomes in less than a minute.

The software is compatible with all next-gen sequencing technologies and is being made available with SeqMan Pro analysis, which supports Bayesian SNP identification and the scanning of genomic data in BAM format.

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