Tag Archives: High Pass

What’s the difference between the 4-10 Kb vs2 and 6-10 Kb vs3 high pass protocols?

Customers may have noticed two very similar cassette definitions; 0.75%DF Marker S1 high-pass 4-10kb vs2 and 0.75%DF Marker S1 High-Pass 6-10kb vs3. Since these two protocols cover a similar range, they might seem a bit redundant. However, both of these … more »

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RAD-seq, High-Pass Sizing in Sunny San Diego

We are shaking off this northeast winter and heading out to San Diego for the 25th annual International Plant and Animal Genome meeting! This event is always a great way to kick off the year, surrounded by cutting-edge science and … more »

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Analysis of tandem gene copies in maize chromosomal regions reconstructed from long sequence reads

July 2016 Authors: Jiaqiang Dong, Yaping Feng, Dibyendu Kumar, Wei Zhang, Tingting Zhu, Ming-Cheng Luo, and Joachim Messing Info: Scientists from Rutgers University and the University of California, Davis, analyzed copy number variation in the highly repetitive maize genome using … more »

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Complete telomere-to-telomere de novo assembly of the Plasmodium falciparum genome through long-read (>11 kb), single molecule, real-time sequencing

June 2016 Authors: Shruthi Sridhar Vembar, Matthew Seetin, Christine Lambert, Maria Nattestad, Michael C. Schatz, Primo Baybayan, Artur Scherf, and Melissa Laird Smith Info: Scientists in France and the US used PacBio sequencing to characterize the AT-rich genome of this … more »

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