Strategies for reducing per‐sample costs in target capture sequencing for phylogenomics and population genomics in plants

@article{Hale2020StrategiesFR,
  title={Strategies for reducing per‐sample costs in target capture sequencing for phylogenomics and population genomics in plants},
  author={Haley Hale and E. Gardner and J. Viruel and L. Pokorny and Matthew G. Johnson},
  journal={Applications in Plant Sciences},
  year={2020},
  volume={8}
}
The reduced cost of high‐throughput sequencing and the development of gene sets with wide phylogenetic applicability has led to the rise of sequence capture methods as a plausible platform for both phylogenomics and population genomics in plants. An important consideration in large targeted sequencing projects is the per‐sample cost, which can be inflated when using off‐the‐shelf kits or reagents not purchased in bulk. Here, we discuss methods to reduce per‐sample costs in high‐throughput… Expand
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