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Old 06-26-2016, 11:19 PM   #1
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Default Why the pacbio isoseq data used for RNA analysis is much more than illumina data?

As we all know, for the human RNA-seq analysis, 4-6G clean data from illumina platform is enough. But when I use pacbio's ISO-seq pipline, the subread data is more than 10 times the amount of illumina data. So what causes the difference between the amout of data from this two platform?

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pacBio has less # of reads than illumina does, but each read is much longer.
And barcoding is more common on illumina platforms. Based on your number (4-6G), you are probably talking about barcoded library.
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