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This is the srst project ("srst")
This project was registered on SourceForge.net on Jan 16, 2012, and is described by the project team as follows:
Update - SRST2 Now Available ------ 25 Sep, 2013 This project has now been replaced by SRST2 - Short Read Sequence Typing for Bacterial Pathogens, available at http://katholt.github.io/srst2/ The new SRST2 program does gene typing as well as MLST (e.g. typing resistance genes, virulence genes, etc). SRST2 is faster and more accurate than the old SRST, using bowtie2 to achieve local alignments (no need for flanking sequences) and a brand new scoring system.
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