Whole Genome Sequence of a Turkish Individual

@inproceedings{Dogan2014WholeGS,
  title={Whole Genome Sequence of a Turkish Individual},
  author={Haluk Dogan and Handan Can and Hasan H. Otu},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Although whole human genome sequencing can be done with readily available technical and financial resources, the need for detailed analyses of genomes of certain populations still exists. Here we present, for the first time, sequencing and analysis of a Turkish human genome. We have performed 35x coverage using paired-end sequencing, where over 95% of sequencing reads are mapped to the reference genome covering more than 99% of the bases. The assembly of unmapped reads rendered 11,654 contigs… CONTINUE READING
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