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This is the AAARF Genomic Repeat Investigation project ("aaarf")
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AAARF, written in PERL and with numerous adjustable parameters, identifies sequence overlaps in small shotgun sequence datasets and walks them out to create long pseudomolecules representing the most abundant repeats in a genome.
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