sortmerna 2.1-1 source package in Ubuntu

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sortmerna (2.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version

 -- Andreas Tille <email address hidden>  Thu, 10 Mar 2016 23:39:18 +0100

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Debian Med on 2016-03-11
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Original maintainer:
Debian Med
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Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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sortmerna_2.1.orig.tar.gz 25.0 MiB 44a3b29570e339da235acc00a35cde18f4fff03b7087b0fa8100f6c3826385d5
sortmerna_2.1-1.debian.tar.xz 16.4 KiB e27cf3f838a805f5860d4adb941ba93926eb84357eefd44b9fe8a01405bd2780

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sortmerna: tool for filtering, mapping and OTU-picking NGS reads

 SortMeRNA is a biological sequence analysis tool for filtering, mapping and
 OTU-picking NGS reads. The core algorithm is based on approximate seeds and
 allows for fast and sensitive analyses of nucleotide sequences. The main
 application of SortMeRNA is filtering rRNA from metatranscriptomic data.
 Additional applications include OTU-picking and taxonomy assignation available
 through QIIME v1.9+ (http://qiime.org - v1.9.0-rc1).
 SortMeRNA takes as input a file of reads (fasta or fastq format) and one or
 multiple rRNA database file(s), and sorts apart rRNA and rejected reads into
 two files specified by the user. Optionally, it can provide high quality local
 alignments of rRNA reads against the rRNA database. SortMeRNA works with
 Illumina, 454, Ion Torrent and PacBio data, and can produce SAM and
 BLAST-like alignments.

sortmerna-dbgsym: debug symbols for package sortmerna

 SortMeRNA is a biological sequence analysis tool for filtering, mapping and
 OTU-picking NGS reads. The core algorithm is based on approximate seeds and
 allows for fast and sensitive analyses of nucleotide sequences. The main
 application of SortMeRNA is filtering rRNA from metatranscriptomic data.
 Additional applications include OTU-picking and taxonomy assignation available
 through QIIME v1.9+ (http://qiime.org - v1.9.0-rc1).
 SortMeRNA takes as input a file of reads (fasta or fastq format) and one or
 multiple rRNA database file(s), and sorts apart rRNA and rejected reads into
 two files specified by the user. Optionally, it can provide high quality local
 alignments of rRNA reads against the rRNA database. SortMeRNA works with
 Illumina, 454, Ion Torrent and PacBio data, and can produce SAM and
 BLAST-like alignments.