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A first peek at data from an Ion 316 chip Ion Torrent has made available an E.coli DH10B fragment dataset for the 316 chip, which is expected to be generally available early next month. I've theoretically had access to the data since Saturday, but a series of events (computer-free weekend, a crashed home computer, a personal day & a good but unbloggable conference) have meant that ambitious plans to analyze it are still in progress.
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Homopolymer tails homopolymer tails a segment containing several of the same kind of deoxyribonucleotides arranged in tandem at the 3′ end of a DNA strand. Homopolymer tails | Kickoff
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First Look: Data from IonTorrent’s 316 Chip | MassGenomics I got an early look at data from IonTorrent’s forthcoming semiconductor sequencing chip, called the 316. The data comes from a single sequencing run of E. coli, specifically the laboratory reference strain DH10B, not to be confused with the hybrid E. coli strain in the European outbreak that IonTorrent sequenced earlier this year.
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