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Reference-free validation of short read data.

PLoS One. 2010;5(9):e12681

Authors: Schröder J, Bailey J, Conway T, Zobel J

High-throughput DNA sequencing techniques offer the ability to rapidly and cheaply sequence material such as whole genomes. However, the short-read data produced by these techniques can be biased or compromised at several stages in the sequencing process; the sources and properties of some of these biases are not always known. Accurate assessment of bias is required for experimental quality control, genome assembly, and interpretation of coverage results. An additional challenge is that, for new genomes or material from an unidentified source, there may be no reference available against which the reads can be checked.

PMID: 20877643 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



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