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The Short Read Headache

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One of the biggest challenges these days for next-gen sequencing is informatics, and that ranges from primary analysis to secondary alignment and assembly. While many researchers continue to take advantage of vendor-supplied pipelines, a slew of third-party software packages is becoming available as users try to make the most of what the new instruments can do. One of the most challenging tasks confronting scientists is choosing the best algorithm to use.

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