STELLAR implements the SWIFT filter algorithm (Rasmussen et al., 2006) and a verification step for the SWIFT hits that applies local alignment, gapped X-drop extension, and extraction of the longest epsilon-match.
Input to STELLAR are two files, each containing one or more sequences in FASTA format. Each sequence from file 1 will be compared to each sequence in file 2. The sequences from file 1 are used as database, the sequences from file 2 as queries.
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