laSV is a tool for detecting structural variants (SVs) from paired-end sequenced data at single base pair resolution. It implements a local assembly algorithm that goes through the step of constructing and storing de Bruijn graph before arriving at SVs. This tool can be useful to those who study cancers and wish to identify SVs that are different among individuals.
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