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TitleThe repetitive landscape of the chicken genome
AuthorsThomas Wicker, Jon S. Robertson, Stefan R. Schulze, F. Alex Feltus,
Vincent Magrini, Jason A. Morrison, Elaine R. Mardis, Richard K. Wilson,
Daniel G. Peterson, Andrew H. Paterson, and Robert Ivarie
Year2005
Taxonchicken
PDFWicker_et_al_2005.pdf
PublicationGenome Research 15:126-136
Journal_linkhttp://www.genome.org
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AbstractCot-based cloning and sequencing (CBCS) is a powerful tool for isolating and characterizing the various repetitive components of any genome, combining the established principles of DNA reassociation kinetics with high-throughput sequencing. CBCS was used to generate sequence libraries representing the high, middle, and low-copy fractions of the chicken genome. Sequencing high-copy DNA of chicken to about 2.7

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