mDust location for running MITE-Hunter
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Alex ★ 1.5k

Where I can find mDust program? I need it for running MITE-Hunter (http://target.iplantcollaborative.org/mite_hunter/MITE-Hunter_manual.pdf), all links from google broken and Celera deleted mDust page. May be someone has it and can share it?

Or ff you know how to run MITE-Hunter without mDust it will be solution too.

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That's down too. http://compbio.dfci.harvard.edu/tgi/software/ is a 404 FNF.

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I'm also looking for mDust. It was mentioned recently in a review of NGS variant calling precision as a good tool for filtering out low complexity regions ( http://arxiv.org/pdf/1404.0929v1.pdf ) . There, the author cites mDust through a bit.ly link that goes to the now-removed harvard.edu page. Google can't find it either. 

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Karl, finally I used dust from NCBI blast package and it works well and returns same format as mDUST

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dfajar2 ▴ 110

I found mdust here (https://github.com/lh3/mdust) and seems to be working with MITE-Hunter

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