February 5, 2021  |  Webinar

Webinar: Small Bodies, Big Genomes: Overcoming Large DNA Input Requirements for Long-Read Genome Assembly

In this webinar we present the low DNA input workflow, from DNA requirements through library preparation and sequencing, for generation of high-quality genome assemblies of small-bodied organisms. In addition, we highlight the use of this workflow on the North American ice worm (Mesenchytraeus solifugus), which has a genome size of ~1.6 Gb and lives its entire life cycle in glacier ice, creating a unique opportunity to look at adaptation to harsh environments.

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