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    Hello All

    We want to map human genome Solid reads against hg19 reference genome using Shrimp. We have “6 mate pairs files” (in total 12 *.csfasta files; 06 *F3.csfasta and 06 *R3.csfasta files) and want to run gmapper in pair made.

    Configuration of cluster we are using is as follows;
    x3850 IBM system with forty Core two way machine with four processors, 64 GB RAM and 6TB hard disk.

    Kindly suggest an appropriate way to complete this job.

    Thanks for consideration.

    Kamran

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