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fastx_clipper - FASTA/Q Clipper
usage: fastx_clipper [-h] [-a ADAPTER] [-D] [-l N] [-n] [-d N] [-c] [-C] [-o] [-v] [-z]
[-i INFILE] [-o OUTFILE] Part of FASTX Toolkit 0.0.14 by A. Gordon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
[-h] = This helpful help screen.
[-a ADAPTER] = ADAPTER string. default is CCTTAAGG (dummy adapter). [-l N] =
discard sequences shorter than N nucleotides. default is 5. [-d N] = Keep
the adapter and N bases after it.
(using '-d 0' is the same as not using '-d' at all. which is the default).
[-c] = Discard non-clipped sequences (i.e. - keep only sequences which contained the
[-C] = Discard clipped sequences (i.e. - keep only sequences which did not contained the
[-k] = Report Adapter-Only sequences.
[-n] = keep sequences with unknown (N) nucleotides. default is to discard such
[-v] = Verbose - report number of sequences.
If [-o] is specified,
report will be printed to STDOUT.
If [-o] is not specified (and output goes to STDOUT), report will be printed to
[-z] = Compress output with GZIP.
[-D] = DEBUG output.
[-M N] = require minimum adapter alignment length of N.
If less than N nucleotides aligned with the adapter - don't clip it.
[-i INFILE] = FASTA/Q input file. default is STDIN.
[-o OUTFILE] = FASTA/Q output file. default is STDOUT.
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