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Third-generation sequencing and the future of genomics

By Hayan Lee, James Gurtowski, Shinjae Yoo, Maria Nattestad, Shoshana Marcus, Sara Goodwin, W. Richard McCombie, Michael C. Schatz

Posted 13 Apr 2016
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/048603

Third-generation long-range DNA sequencing and mapping technologies are creating a renaissance in high-quality genome sequencing. Unlike second-generation sequencing, which produces short reads a few hundred base-pairs long, third-generation single-molecule technologies generate over 10,000 bp reads or map over 100,000 bp molecules. We analyze how increased read lengths can be used to address long-standing problems in de novo genome assembly, structural variation analysis and haplotype phasing.

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