Best de novo genome assemblies using only Illumina data ??
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Hi,

I am looking for papers of the best de novo assemblies ever done with (and only) Illumina data for differents kind of organisms (bacteria, insect, mammals, plants etc.)

By best I mean accurate, not fragmented (high N50), no contaminations, good completeness scores etc.

Do you know any ?

Thanks for your help.

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It depends of the genome complexity and sequencer`s performance, not only of assemblers. I have used and compared SPADES and IDBA for small genomes (about 50 Mb) and I think they works fine.

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Maybe I was not clear with my question.

I am not asking which assembler is the best, but I am looking just for papers with different project that have done a de novo genome assembly and had good results.

(like the panda genome)

http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v463/n7279/full/nature08696.html

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Please rephrase the post title to reflect more of what you're looking for.

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