Yet another de novo genome assembler [article]

Robert Vaser, Mile Sikic
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
Advances in sequencing technologies have pushed the limits of genome assemblies beyond imagination. The sheer amount of long read data that is being generated enables the assembly for even the largest and most complex organism for which efficient algorithms are needed. We present a new tool, called Ra, for de novo genome assembly of long uncorrected reads. It is a fast and memory friendly assembler based on sequence classification and assembly graphs, developed with large genomes in mind. It is freely available at
doi:10.1101/656306 fatcat:2ebd4czgw5hfjfnjraspbaovgi