Sequence capture by hybridization to explore modern and ancient genomic diversity in model and nonmodel organisms

@inproceedings{Gasc2016SequenceCB,
  title={Sequence capture by hybridization to explore modern and ancient genomic diversity in model and nonmodel organisms},
  author={Cyrielle Gasc and Eric Peyretaillade and Pierre Peyret},
  booktitle={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2016}
}
The recent expansion of next-generation sequencing has significantly improved biological research. Nevertheless, deep exploration of genomes or metagenomic samples remains difficult because of the sequencing depth and the associated costs required. Therefore, different partitioning strategies have been developed to sequence informative subsets of studied genomes. Among these strategies, hybridization capture has proven to be an innovative and efficient tool for targeting and enriching specific… CONTINUE READING

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