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Old 02-09-2018, 12:12 PM   #1
ybukhman
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Question long-range technologies for genome scaffolding

Hi all,

I am working on a mammalian genome project. We have an assembly from PacBio reads with N50 = 6.2 Mb. We would like to generate some long-range data that could be used for scaffolding. I am aware of several options, including Nanopore, Hi-C (with Dovetail or Phase Genomics), optical maps (Bionano), and synthetic long reads (10X). Can you share your experiences with these technologies? We need help choosing which one(s) to use.

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You already have a good N50 with long reads. The options are combination of 10x Link reads, Hi-C and optical mapping. Searching " Vertebrate Genomes Project Plans to Combine Technologies for 'Near Gapless' Assemblies" should give more ideas but you might be asked to create an account to access it.
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Thanks for the tip, nucacidhunter!
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