Researchers Use CE Sequencing to ID Novel Insertions and Fill Gaps in Human Reference Genome

The new sequence data includes 156 new insertions corresponding to novel exons and noncoding regions. The researchers also compared their data to a next-generation sequence and de novo assembled genome, highlighting the advantages and limitations of the newer technology.

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