High‐Throughput Sequencing

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Matchmaker Exchange
Nara L. M. Sobreira, Harindra Arachchi, Orion J. Buske, Jessica X. Chong, Ben Hutton, Julia Foreman, François Schiettecatte, Tudor Groza, Julius O.B. Jacobsen, Melissa A. Haendel, Kym M. Boycott, Ada Hamosh, Heidi L. Rehm, null null
Published online: October 2017
Copy‐Number Variants Detection by Low‐Pass Whole‐Genome Sequencing
Zirui Dong, Weiwei Xie, Haixiao Chen, Jinjin Xu, Huilin Wang, Yun Li, Jun Wang, Fang Chen, Kwong Wai Choy, Hui Jiang
Published online: July 2017
1D Genome Sequencing on the Oxford Nanopore MinION
Sara Goodwin, Robert Wappel, W. Richard McCombie
Published online: July 2017
NEBNext Direct: A Novel, Rapid, Hybridization‐Based Approach for the Capture and Library Conversion of Genomic Regions of Interest
Amy B. Emerman, Sarah K. Bowman, Andrew Barry, Noa Henig, Kruti M. Patel, Andrew F. Gardner, Cynthia L. Hendrickson
Published online: July 2017
Generating Exome Enriched Sequencing Libraries from Formalin‐Fixed, Paraffin‐Embedded Tissue DNA for Next‐Generation Sequencing
Beth A. Marosy, Brian D. Craig, Kurt N. Hetrick, P. Dane Witmer, Hua Ling, Sean M. Griffith, Benjamin Myers, Elaine A. Ostrander, Janet L. Stanford, Lawrence C. Brody, Kimberly F. Doheny
Published online: January 2017
Assay for Transposase‐Accessible Chromatin Using Sequencing (ATAC‐seq) Data Analysis
Kristy L.S. Miskimen, E. Ricky Chan, Jonathan L. Haines
Published online: January 2017
Next‐Generation Sequencing for Identification of EMS‐Induced Mutations in Caenorhabditis elegans
Nicolas J. Lehrbach, Fei Ji, Ruslan Sadreyev
Published online: January 2017
Transcriptome Analysis at the Single‐Cell Level Using SMART Technology
Rachel N. Fish, Magnolia Bostick, Alisa Lehman, Andrew Farmer
Published online: October 2016
Strand‐Specific Transcriptome Sequencing Using SMART Technology
Magnolia Bostick, Nathalie Bolduc, Alisa Lehman, Andrew Farmer
Published online: October 2016
Preparation of Low‐Input and Ligation‐Free ChIP‐seq Libraries Using Template‐Switching Technology
Nathalie Bolduc, Alisa P. Lehman, Andrew Farmer
Published online: October 2016
A Microbiome DNA Enrichment Method for Next‐Generation Sequencing Sample Preparation
Erbay Yigit, George R. Feehery, Bradley W. Langhorst, Fiona J. Stewart, Eileen T. Dimalanta, Sriharsa Pradhan, Barton Slatko, Andrew F. Gardner, James McFarland, Christine Sumner, Theodore B. Davis
Published online: July 2016
Depletion of Ribosomal RNA Sequences from Single‐Cell RNA‐Sequencing Library
Nan Fang, Rumeysa Akinci‐Tolun
Published online: July 2016
Construction of a Sequencing Library from Circulating Cell‐Free DNA
Nan Fang, Dirk Löffert, Rumeysa Akinci‐Tolun, Katja Heitz, Alexander Wolf
Published online: April 2016
Next‐Generation Sequencing Library Preparation from FFPE Tissue Samples
Kathrin Wolf, Dominic O'Neil, Stefanie Schroeer, Nan Fang
Published online: January 2016
VAGrENT: Variation Annotation Generator
Andy Menzies, Jon W. Teague, Adam P. Butler, Helen Davies, Patrick Tarpey, Serena Nik‐Zainal, Peter J. Campbell
Published online: December 2015
Management of Incidental Findings in Clinical Genomic Sequencing
Joel B. Krier, Robert C. Green
Published online: October 2015
Alternative Splicing Signatures in RNA‐seq Data: Percent Spliced in (PSI)
Sebastian Schafer, Kui Miao, Craig C. Benson, Matthias Heinig, Stuart A. Cook, Norbert Hubner
Published online: October 2015
Finding Pathogenic Nucleic Acid Sequences in Next Generation Sequencing Data
Michael Parfenov, J.G. Seidman
Published online: July 2015
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