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Duplex Proximity Sequencing (Pro-Seq): A method to improve DNA sequencing accuracy without the cost of molecular barcoding redundancy

Fig 4

Overview of the targeted Pro-Seq workflow (described in detail in the Materials and methods).

In brief, double stranded DNA is loaded directly into droplets such that on average zero or one template molecule is incorporated in each droplet. Off-target DNA (not shown in figure) is also loaded into droplets, but does not amplify. Within each droplet are multiplexed gene-specific primers, and the Pro-Seq universal 5’ PEG-linked primers. The droplets are PCR cycled such that all copies of the starting template are linked to the universal linked primers (shown in detail in S2 Fig). The emulsions are then broken, and the un-linked strands are digested and cleaned up. After quantification, the library is ready for sequencing.

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