De novo transcriptome sequencing of a non-model polychaete species.

@article{Cannarsa2016DeNT,
  title={De novo transcriptome sequencing of a non-model polychaete species.},
  author={E. Cannarsa and G. Zampicinini and O. Friard and A. Santovito and P. Cervella},
  journal={Marine genomics},
  year={2016},
  volume={29},
  pages={
          31-34
        }
}
Transcriptome sequencing is a useful method for studying gene-sequences data, especially in non-model organisms whose genomic sequences are yet to be determined. Indeed, even without any genome reference, transcripts can be assembled de novo to produce a genome-scale transcription map. Here we describe a de novo transcriptome assembly for the polychaete worm Ophryotrocha diadema, generated from 454-sequencing (Roche GS-FLX Titanium Sequencing). We describe the sequencing, the assembly and… Expand
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