Higher DNA insert fragment sizes improve mitogenomic assemblies from metagenomic pyrosequencing datasets: an example using Limenitidinae butterflies (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae)

@article{Chen2018HigherDI,
  title={Higher DNA insert fragment sizes improve mitogenomic assemblies from metagenomic pyrosequencing datasets: an example using Limenitidinae butterflies (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae)},
  author={Yung-Chi Chen and Chieh-Ting Wang and David C. Lees and Li-Wei Wu},
  journal={Mitochondrial DNA Part A},
  year={2018},
  volume={29},
  pages={840 - 845}
}
Abstract A large number of diverse mitogenomic sequences can be obtained more easily and affordably via mitochondrial metagenomics, which generates high-throughput sequences directly from sheared DNA extractions and assembles mitogenomic sequences using a few bioinformatic processing steps. However, following de novo assembly analysis, the optimal DNA fragment insert size is unclear. In this study, four extracted Limenitidinae butterfly DNA samples were sonically fragmented, and two fragment… 
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