Data from: Prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of high-throughput sequencing data pathologies

Xiaofan Zhou & Antonis Rokas
High Throughput Sequencing (HTS) technologies generate millions of sequence reads from DNA/RNA molecules rapidly and cost-effectively, enabling single investigator laboratories to address a variety of “omics” questions in non-model organisms, fundamentally changing the way genomic approaches are used to advance biological research. One major challenge posed by HTS is the complexity and difficulty of data quality control (QC). While QC issues associated with sample isolation, library preparation, and sequencing are well known and protocols for...
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