Special Issue "New Advances in Genome Assembly"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 133
Interests: bioinformatics; parallel computing; deep learning; protein classification; genome assembly
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In the past decade, affordable high-throughput DNA sequencing has accelerated the pace of genome assembly. However, genome assembly from high-throughput short-read sequencing is typically not as continuous as first generation genome assembly. Although early genome assembly projects often received the help of cloning maps or other map data, many current assembly projects abandoned these scaffold data and only assembled the genome into smaller fragments. Recently, new technologies have been developed that can perform chromosome scale assembly at lower cost and faster speed compared to traditional methods. This open-access Special Issue will bring together original research and review articles on genome assembly. It highlights new discoveries, approaches, and technical developments in genome assembly research. The main feature of this Special Issue is to provide an open access platform to introduce significant works in the field of genome assembly for chromosome scale assembly and recent genome projects that use these technologies to create highly continuous genome assemblies at low costs.
Topics of interest to this Special Issue include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Genome contig assembly;
- Chromosome-scale assembly;
- Long-rang genome scaffolding;
- De novo short read assembly;
- Genome assembly algorithm and applications;
- High-throughput technologies for genome assembly.
Prof. Dr. Quan Zou
Manuscript Submission Information
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- comparative genomics
- high-throughput sequencing
- genome scaffolding
- de novo genome assembly
- genome sequencing