Penn State University Center for Comparative Genomics and Bioinformatics
Miller Lab, LASTZ
LASTZ is a program for aligning DNA sequences, a pairwise aligner. Originally
designed to handle sequences the size of human chromosomes and from different
species, it is also useful for sequences produced by NGS sequencing
technologies such as Roche 454.
Harris, R.S. (2007) Improved pairwise alignment of genomic DNA. Ph.D. Thesis, The
Pennsylvania State University.
That Ph.D. thesis is here.
Source code for latest official release
(gzipped tar file of source code; 1.02.00, 2010-Jan-12)
Documentation for the LAV alignment format
(default output from LASTZ)
Bob Harris’s Ph.D. Thesis, describing LASTZ.
(Not officially released)
(As is, with little or no documentation)
I feel lucky
(Other versions, usually for a specific user)
Miller Lab main page