This cannot be undone. On the right are links for submitting a support request, or checking on a request you opened earlier. De novo assembly may need more memory than stated above this depends both on the number of reads, error profile and the complexity and size of the genome.
See our for examples of the memory usage of various data sets.
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System requirements QIAGEN Bioinformatics
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The numbers below give minimum and recommended memory for systems running mapping and analysis tasks.
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