Snowball: Strain aware gene assembly of Metagenomes

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Gregor, I; Schönhuth, A; McHardy, A C;
(2016)

textabstractMotivation: Gene assembly is an important step in functional analysis of shotgun metagenomic data. Nonetheless, strain aware assembly remains a challenging task, as current assembly tools often fail to distinguish among strain variants or require closely rel... View more
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