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Next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies have led to a huge amount of genomic data that need to be analyzed and interpreted. This fact has a huge impact on the DNA sequence alignment process, which nowadays requires the mapping of billions of small DNA sequences onto a reference genome. In this way, sequence alignment remains the most time-consuming stage in the sequence analysis workflow. To deal with this issue, state of the art aligners take advantage of parallelization strategies.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0155461 pmid:27182962 pmcid:PMC4868289 fatcat:i3ziuweua5hfvix3dh2wda2frm