Comprehensive variation discovery and recovery of missing sequence in the pig genome using multiple de novo assemblies.

@article{Li2017ComprehensiveVD,
  title={Comprehensive variation discovery and recovery of missing sequence in the pig genome using multiple de novo assemblies.},
  author={Mingzhou Li and Lei Chen and Shilin Tian and Yu Lin and Qianzi Tang and Xuming Zhou and Diyan Li and Carol K L Yeung and Tiandong Che and Long Jin and Y Fu and Jideng Ma and Xun Wang and Anan Jiang and J. S. Lan and Qi Pan and Yingkai Liu and Zonggang Luo and Zongyi Guo and Haifeng Liu and L P Zhu and Surong Shuai and Guoqing Tang and Jiugang Zhao and Yanzhi Jiang and Lin Bai and Shunhua Zhang and Miaomiao Mai and Changchun Li and Dawei Wang and Yiren Gu and Guosong Wang and Hongfeng Lu and Yan Li and Haihao Zhu and Zongwen Li and Ming Li and Vadim N. Gladyshev and Zhi Wei Jiang and Shuhong Zhao and Jinyong Wang and Ruiqiang Li and Xuewei Li},
  journal={Genome research},
  year={2017},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={865-874}
}
Uncovering genetic variation through resequencing is limited by the fact that only sequences with similarity to the reference genome are examined. Reference genomes are often incomplete and cannot represent the full range of genetic diversity as a result of geographical divergence and independent demographic events. To more comprehensively characterize… CONTINUE READING
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