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Table 1. Sample identity, location, year, library protocol and number of sequencing reads in millions (M) for historic Atlantic cod samples. Using AdapterRemoval , paired reads were trimmed for adapter sequence and collapsed based on sequence overlap. The average length in basepair (bp) and GC content (%) were calculated using the collapsed reads. Interrupted palindromes longer than three base pair were identified using the Python script clip_inverted_repeats.py.
Table 2. The abundance of interrupted palindromes in sequencing reads from ancient and historic specimens. Only palindromic sequences longer than three basepair and alignments with a minimum MapQ of 25 are reported.
Star B, Nederbragt AJ, Hansen MHS, Skage M, Gilfillan GD, et al. (2014) Palindromic Sequence Artifacts Generated during Next Generation Sequencing Library Preparation from Historic and Ancient DNA. PLoS ONE 9(3): e89676
Citation: The PLOS ONE Staff (2014) Correction: Palindromic Sequence Artifacts Generated during Next Generation Sequencing Library Preparation from Historic and Ancient DNA. PLoS ONE 9(7):
Published: July 29, 2014
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