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shotgun sequencing


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shotgun sequencing

shotgun sequencing

shotgun sequencing

whole genome shotgun sequencing

whole genome shotgun (WGS) assembly or sequencing

Gap statistics for whole genome shotgun DNA sequencing projects

Assembling the 20 Gb white spruce (Picea glauca) genome from whole-genome shotgun sequencing data

Genomic shotgun array: a procedure linking large‐scale DNA sequencing with regional transcript mapping

Identification of Pathogens Directly From Diabetic Foot Infections by Shotgun Metagenomic Sequencing

Direct Detection and Identification of Prosthetic Joint Pathogens in Synovial Fluid (SF) by Metagenomic Shotgun Sequencing

Whole genome shotgun sequencing of one Colombian clinical isolate of Mycobacterium tuberculosis reveals DosR regulon gene deletions

InPhaDel: integrative shotgun and proximity-ligation sequencing to phase deletions with single nucleotide polymorphisms

An ultra-high density genetic linkage map of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) using genotyping by sequencing (GBS) based on a reference shotgun genome assembly

General method of rapid Smith/Birnstiel mapping adds for gap closure in shotgun microbial genome sequencing projects: application to Pseudomonas putida KT2440

Ordered Shotgun Sequencing of a 135 kb Xq25 YAC Containing ANT2 and Four Possible Genes, Including Three Confirmed by EST Matches

Preselection of shotgun clones by oligonucleotide fingerprinting: an efficient and high throughput strategy to reduce redundancy in large-scale sequencing projects

 

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A strategy for sequencing large DNA fragments or entire genomes based on sequencing and ordering smaller fragments obtained by shotgun cloning. It relies primarily on computational power to assemble the numerous sequence reads of cloned fragments into a whole-genome sequence. By sidestepping the laborious phase of constructing physical maps of clones, shotgun sequencing is potentially faster than other approaches. It was employed by US geneticist Craig Venter's Celera Genomics company to produce a draft sequence of the human genome, from some 27 million different reads, in just three years.

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