CONTRAILS: A tool for rapid identification of transgene integration sites in complex, repetitive genomes using low-coverage paired-end sequencing

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Transgenic crops have become a staple in modern agriculture, and are typically characterized using a variety of molecular techniques involving proteomics and metabolomics. Characterization of the transgene insertion site is of great interest, as disruptions, deletions, and genomic location can affect product selection and fitness, and identification of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.gdata.2015.09.001

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@inproceedings{Lambirth2015CONTRAILSAT, title={CONTRAILS: A tool for rapid identification of transgene integration sites in complex, repetitive genomes using low-coverage paired-end sequencing}, author={Kevin C Lambirth and Adam M. Whaley and Jessica A. Schlueter and Kenneth L. Bost and Kenneth J. Piller}, booktitle={Genomics data}, year={2015} }