Manuscript describing the genome polishing protocol ntEdit+Sealer, just published

Our manuscript, published in the peer-reviewed journal Current Protocols, presents a fast, scalable and memory-efficient methodology for targeted error resolution and automated finishing of long-read genome assemblies. The ntEdit+Sealer protocol, available on GitHub, was initially designed to polish (any) draft genome assemblies with short sequencing reads. It is being extended to also work with k-mers sourced from erroneous long reads; This work will be presented at ISMB-HiTSeq, stay tuned.