No F8 genetic abnormality is detected in about 2% of severe haemophilia A patients using conventional genetic approaches. In these patients, deep intronic variation or F8 disrupting genomic rearrangement could be causal.
Oxford Nanopore MinION sequencing technology has been gaining immense importance in identification of pathogen and antimicrobial resistance, though with 10–15% error rate. Short read technologies generates high accurate genome but with multiple fragments of genome.
Nanopore sequencing technology can rapidly and directly interrogate native DNA molecules. Often we are interested only in interrogating specific areas at high depth, but conventional enrichment methods have thus far proved unsuitable for long reads.
CYP2D6 is one of the most important and widely studied genes in pharmacogenetics but it is highly polymorphic, can be affected by different forms of structural variation, and has a nearby pseudogene with highly similar sequence; therefore, its accurate genotyping and structural r
Retroviral infections create a large population of cells, each defined by a unique proviral insertion site. Methods based on short-read high throughput sequencing can identify thousands of insertion sites, but the proviruses within remain unobserved.
Tandemly repeated sequences are highly mutable and variable features of genomes. Tandem repeat expansions are responsible for a growing list of human diseases, even though it is hard to determine tandem repeat sequences with current DNA sequencing technology.
The recent release of genomic sequences for 3000 rice varieties provides access to the genetic diversity at species level for this crop. We take advantage of this resource to unravel some features of the retrotranspositional landscape of rice.
We sequenced the genome of the Yoruban reference individual NA19240 on the long read sequencing platform Oxford Nanopore PromethION for evaluation and benchmarking of recently published aligners and germline structural variant calling tools, and a comparison with the performance of structural var
Mutation and recombination are key evolutionary processes governing phenotypic variation and reproductive isolation. We here demonstrate that biodiversity within all globally known strains of Schizosaccharomyces pombe arose through admixture between two ancestral lineages.
Duckweeds are the fastest growing angiosperms and have the potential to become a new generation of sustainable crops. Although a seed plant, Spirodela polyrhiza clones rarely flower and multiply mainly through vegetative propagation.
Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) has a double-stranded DNA genome of approximately 235 Kbp that is structurally complex including extended GC-rich repeated regions. Genomic recombination events are frequent in HCMV cultures but have also been observed in vivo.
Integrative conjugative elements (ICE) are a diverse group of chromosomally integrated, self-transmissible mobile genetic elements (MGE) that are active in shaping the functions of bacteria and bacterial communities.
The genetic basis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is known to consist of contributions from de novo mutations in variant-intolerant genes. We hypothesize that rare inherited structural variants in cis-regulatory elements (CRE-SVs) of these genes also contribute to ASD.
The bacterium Agrobacterium tumefaciens has been the workhorse in plant genome engineering. Customized replacement of native tumor-inducing (Ti) plasmid elements enabled insertion of a sequence of interest called Transfer-DNA (T-DNA) into any plant genome.
The Drosophila genus is a unique group containing a wide range of species that occupy diverse ecosystems. In addition to the most widely studied species, Drosophila melanogaster, many other members in this genus also possess a well-developed set of genetic tools.
We report a third-generation sequencing assay on nanopore technology (MinION) for detecting BCR-ABL1 KD mutations and compare the results to a Sanger sequencing(SS)-based test in 24 Philadelphia-positive (Ph +) leukemia cases.
Molecular classification of cancer has entered clinical routine to inform diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment decisions. At the same time, new tumor entities have been identified that cannot be defined histologically.
Genetic variation in natural populations represents the raw material for phenotypic diversity. Species-wide characterization of genetic variants is crucial to have a deeper insight into the genotype-phenotype relationship.
We report the sequencing and assembly of a reference genome for the human GM12878 Utah/Ceph cell line using the MinION (Oxford Nanopore Technologies) nanopore sequencer. 91.2 Gb of sequence data, representing ∼30× theoretical coverage, were produced.
Variations in the genetic code, from single point mutations to large structural or copy number alterations, influence susceptibility, onset, and progression of genetic diseases and tumor transformation.
Advances in long-read single molecule sequencing have opened new possibilities for ‘benchtop’ whole-genome sequencing. The Oxford Nanopore Technologies MinION is a portable device that uses nanopore technology that can directly sequence DNA molecules.