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    Hi all,

    in order to remove redundancy from a 454 EST dataset, I was wondering if there already is a tool, which removes sequences which are prefixes of other sequences, just as Celera's 'sffToCA' does, before I'd go for denovo assembly. I (sometimes) have enormous coverages ..

    Any idea?

    thx,
    Sven

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    Your are looking for cdhit-454 from http://weizhong-lab.ucsd.edu/cdhit_4...d=Introduction

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    • #3
      yes! That's it.

      thanks,
      Sven

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