Data from: Improving Illumina assemblies with Hi-C and long reads: an example with the North African dromedary

Jean P. Elbers, Mark F. Rogers, Polina L. Perelman, Anastasia A. Proskuryakova, Natalia A. Serdyukova, Warren E. Johnson, Petr Horin, Jukka Corander, David Murphy & Pamela A. Burger
Researchers have assembled thousands of eukaryotic genomes using Illumina reads, but traditional mate-pair libraries cannot span all repetitive elements, resulting in highly fragmented assemblies. However, both chromosome conformation capture techniques, such as Hi-C and Dovetail Genomics Chicago libraries and long-read sequencing, such as Pacific Biosciences and Oxford Nanopore, help span and resolve repetitive regions and therefore improve genome assemblies. One important livestock species of arid regions that does not have a high-quality contiguous reference genome...
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