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1959 3
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1962 3
1963 2
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1965 83
1966 156
1967 227
1968 256
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1970 288
1971 357
1972 449
1973 525
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1978 708
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1982 815
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1984 1036
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1986 1565
1987 1555
1988 2499
1989 5128
1990 6520
1991 6664
1992 6058
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1997 5325
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2002 3548
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2006 3289
2007 3056
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2010 2305
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The PsychENCODE project
PsychENCODE Consortium , et al. Nat Neurosci 2015 - Review. PMID 26605881 Free PMC article.
Novel read density distribution score shows possible aligner artefacts, when mapping a single chromosome.
Naumenko FM, et al. BMC Genomics 2018. PMID 29504893 Free PMC article.
One of the natural ways to achieve such time reduction is by mapping a single chromosome. RESULTS: We investigated whether a single chromosome mapping causes any artefacts in the alignments' performances. ...CONCLUSIONS: The generation of artificial data by mapping of reads generated from a single chromosome to a reference chromosome is justified from the point of view of reducing the benchmarking time. ...
One of the natural ways to achieve such time reduction is by mapping a single chromosome. RESULTS: We investigated whether a s …
Mapping and phasing of structural variation in patient genomes using nanopore sequencing.
Cretu Stancu M, et al. Nat Commun 2017. PMID 29109544 Free PMC article.
We provide a first exploration of patient genome sequencing with a nanopore sequencer and demonstrate the value of long-read sequencing in mapping and phasing of SVs for both clinical and research applications....
We provide a first exploration of patient genome sequencing with a nanopore sequencer and demonstrate the value of long-read sequencing in …
Genetic Mapping.
Haines JL. Curr Protoc Hum Genet 2016. PMID 27037485
Mapping Genes Is Good for You.
Womack JEJ. Annu Rev Anim Biosci 2019 - Review. PMID 30296836
Even then, I was 15 years into my career before my interest in rodent genomes gave way to mapping cattle genes. Events behind these twists and turns in my career path comprise the first part of this review. ...I have had the pleasure of working with outstanding graduate students, postdocs, and colleagues to contribute my small part to a discipline that has evolved from a few individuals mapping an orphan genome to a discipline underlying a revolution in animal breeding....
Even then, I was 15 years into my career before my interest in rodent genomes gave way to mapping cattle genes. Events behind these t …
Optical DNA mapping in nanofluidic devices: principles and applications.
Müller V and Westerlund F. Lab Chip 2017 - Review. PMID 28098301
Optical DNA mapping has over the last decade emerged as a very powerful tool for obtaining long range sequence information from single DNA molecules. In optical DNA mapping, intact large single DNA molecules are labeled, stretched out, and imaged using a fluorescence microscope. ...
Optical DNA mapping has over the last decade emerged as a very powerful tool for obtaining long range sequence information from singl …
Is It Ordered Correctly? Validating Genome Assemblies by Optical Mapping.
Udall JA and Dawe RK. Plant Cell 2018 - Review. PMID 29263086 Free PMC article.
Optical mapping is an accessible and relatively mature technology that can be used for genome assembly validation. We discuss how optical mapping can be used as a validation tool for genome assemblies and how to interpret the results. ...
Optical mapping is an accessible and relatively mature technology that can be used for genome assembly validation. We discuss how opt …
Structural Variation Detection and Analysis Using Bionano Optical Mapping.
Chan S, et al. Methods Mol Biol 2018. PMID 30039375
In contrast to reference-based methods like sequencing or comparative methods like aCGH, optical mapping is a de novo assembly-based method that enables better realization of true genomic structure. ...Here we show how Bionano Genome Mapping creates de novo assemblies from native and intact, megabase-scale DNA molecules and uses those assemblies to detect a wide range of structural variants....
In contrast to reference-based methods like sequencing or comparative methods like aCGH, optical mapping is a de novo assembly-based …
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