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Enabling high-accuracy long-read amplicon sequences using unique molecular identifiers with Nanopore or PacBio sequencing

By Søren M Karst, Ryan M. Ziels, Rasmus H Kirkegaard, Emil A. Sørensen, Daniel McDonald, Qiyun Zhu, Rob Knight, Mads Albertsen

Posted 24 May 2019
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/645903

High-throughput amplicon sequencing of large genomic regions remains challenging for short-read technologies. Here, we report a high-throughput amplicon sequencing approach combining unique molecular identifiers (UMIs) with Oxford Nanopore Technologies or Pacific Biosciences CCS sequencing, yielding high accuracy single-molecule consensus sequences of large genomic regions. Our approach generates amplicon and genomic sequences of >10,000 bp in length with a mean error-rate of 0.0049-0.0006% and chimera rate <0.022%.

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