Bioinformatics for High Throughput Sequencing by Naiara Rodríguez-Ezpeleta, Michael Hackenberg, Ana M.

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By Naiara Rodríguez-Ezpeleta, Michael Hackenberg, Ana M. Aransay

Next iteration sequencing is revolutionizing molecular biology. because of this new know-how it really is now attainable to hold out a panoply of experiments at an unheard of comparatively cheap and excessive pace. those move from sequencing complete genomes, transcriptomes and small non-coding RNAs to description of methylated areas, identity protein – DNA interplay websites and detection of structural edition. The iteration of gigabases of series details for every of this massive bandwidth of purposes in precisely a couple of days makes the improvement of bioinformatics purposes for subsequent new release sequencing information research as pressing as challenging.

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3 Processive DNA Sequencing by Synthesis When the sequencing reaction begins, the tethered polymerase incorporates nucleotides with individually phospholinked fluorophores, each fluorophore corresponding to a specific base, to the growing DNA chain (Korlach et al. 2008a). During the initiation of a base incorporation event, the fluorescent nucleotide is brought into 2 Overview of Sequencing Technology Platforms 23 the polymerase’s active site and into proximity of the ZMW glass surface. At the bottom of the ZMV, high-resolution camera records the fluorescence of the nucleotide being incorporated.

The first step is technology dependent and deals with processing the data provided by the sequencing instrument. Downstream analysis is then done ad hoc to the type of experiment. When sequencing new genomes, de novo assemblies are required, which are possibly followed up with genome annotations. , mutation discovery, detection of structural variants, copy number analysis). The first step of bioinformatic analysis starts during sequencing and involves signal analysis to transform the sequencing instruments fluorescent measurements into a sequence of characters representing the nucleotide bases.

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