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aTRAM is a tool for assembling targeted genes from single library of paired-end reads. It does not perform de novo genome assembly but rather it uses an iterative approach to assemble targeted genes, which saves time for those who are interested only in gathering specific genomic sequences.


Sequence assembly



Allen JM, Huang DI, Cronk QC, Johnson KP "aTRAM - automated target restricted assembly method: a fast method for assembling loci across divergent taxa from next-generation sequencing data." BMC Bioinformatics. 2015 Mar 25;16:98.
PMID: 25887972
PMCID: PMC4380108

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