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       bowtie - ultrafast memory-efficient short read aligner


              bowtie [options]* <ebwt> {-1 <m1> -2 <m2> | --12 <r> | <s>} [<hit>]

       <m1>   Comma-separated   list  of  files  containing  upstream  mates  (or  the  sequences
              themselves, if -c is set) paired with mates in <m2>

       <m2>   Comma-separated list  of  files  containing  downstream  mates  (or  the  sequences
              themselves if -c is set) paired with mates in <m1>

       <r>    Comma-separated list of files containing Crossbow-style reads.  Can be a mixture of
              paired and unpaired.  Specify "-" for stdin.

       <s>    Comma-separated  list  of  files  containing  unpaired  reads,  or  the   sequences
              themselves, if -c is set.  Specify "-" for stdin.

       <hit>  File to write hits to (default: stdout)

       -q     query input files are FASTQ .fq/.fastq (default)

       -f     query input files are (multi-)FASTA .fa/.mfa

       -r     query input files are raw one-sequence-per-line

       -c     query sequences given on cmd line (as <mates>, <singles>)

       -C     reads and index are in colorspace

       -Q/--quals <file>
              QV file(s) corresponding to CSFASTA inputs; use with -f -C

       --Q1/--Q2 <file>
              same as -Q, but for mate files 1 and 2 respectively

       -s/--skip <int>
              skip the first <int> reads/pairs in the input

       -u/--qupto <int>
              stop after first <int> reads/pairs (excl. skipped reads)

       -5/--trim5 <int>
              trim <int> bases from 5' (left) end of reads

       -3/--trim3 <int>
              trim <int> bases from 3' (right) end of reads

              input quals are Phred+33 (default)

              input quals are Phred+64 (same as --solexa1.3-quals)

              input quals are from GA Pipeline ver. < 1.3

              input quals are from GA Pipeline ver. >= 1.3

              qualities are given as space-separated integers (not ASCII)

       -v <int>
              report end-to-end hits w/ <=v mismatches; ignore qualities


       -n/--seedmms <int> max mismatches in seed (can be 0-3, default: -n 2)

       -e/--maqerr <int>
              max sum of mismatch quals across alignment for -n (def: 70)

       -l/--seedlen <int> seed length for -n (default: 28)

              disable Maq-like quality rounding for -n (nearest 10 <= 30)

       -I/--minins <int>
              minimum insert size for paired-end alignment (default: 0)

       -X/--maxins <int>
              maximum insert size for paired-end alignment (default: 250)

       --fr/--rf/--ff     -1, -2 mates align fw/rev, rev/fw, fw/fw (default: --fr)

              do not align to forward/reverse-complement reference strand

       --maxbts <int>
              max # backtracks for -n 2/3 (default: 125, 800 for --best)

       --pairtries <int>
              max # attempts to find mate for anchor hit (default: 100)

              try hard to find valid alignments, at the expense of speed

       --chunkmbs <int>
              max megabytes of RAM for best-first search frames (def: 64)

       -k <int>
              report up to <int> good alignments per read (default: 1)

              report all alignments per read (much slower than low -k)

       -m <int>
              suppress all alignments if > <int> exist (def: no limit)

       -M <int>
              like -m, but reports 1 random hit (MAPQ=0); requires --best

       --best hits guaranteed best stratum; ties broken by quality

              hits in sub-optimal strata aren't reported (requires --best)

              print wall-clock time taken by search phases

       -B/--offbase <int> leftmost ref offset = <int> in bowtie output (default: 0)

              print nothing but the alignments

              write alignments to files, 1 map per reference

              refer to ref. seqs by 0-based index rather than name

       --al <fname>
              write aligned reads/pairs to file(s) <fname>

       --un <fname>
              write unaligned reads/pairs to file(s) <fname>

       --max <fname>
              write reads/pairs over -m limit to file(s) <fname>

       --suppress <cols>
              suppresses given columns (comma-delim'ed) in default output

              write entire ref name (default: only up to 1st space)

       --snpphred <int>
              Phred penalty for SNP when decoding colorspace (def: 30)


       --snpfrac <dec>
              approx. fraction of SNP bases (e.g. 0.001); sets --snpphred

              print aligned colorspace seqs as colors, not decoded bases

              print original colorspace quals, not decoded quals

              keep nucleotides at extreme ends of decoded alignment

              write hits in SAM format

       --mapq <int>
              default mapping quality (MAPQ) to print for SAM alignments

              supppress header lines (starting with @) for SAM output

              supppress @SQ header lines for SAM output

       --sam-RG <text>
              add <text> (usually "lab=value") to @RG line of SAM header

       -o/--offrate <int> override offrate of index; must be >= index's offrate

       -p/--threads <int> number of alignment threads to launch (default: 1)

       --mm   use memory-mapped I/O for index; many 'bowtie's can share

              use shared mem for index; many 'bowtie's can share

       --seed <int>
              seed for random number generator

              verbose output (for debugging)

              print version information and quit

              print this usage message

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       The  full  documentation  for  bowtie  is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and
       bowtie programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info bowtie

       should give you access to the complete manual.