Question: Tutorials of how the sequencing platform work from beginning to end
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9 weeks ago by
mckf111110
mckf111110 wrote:

I am a new guy learning bioinformatics along with the HANDBOOK. One question is becoming more and more serious to me now, with the study goes into the following chapters, I found myself always thinking in my mind about the details of how the sequencing platform work from scratch, how and where the reads are really come out and how they are transformed to digital signals, etc.

I have looked some videos about that, most coming from the platform company, such as Illumina and Oxford Nanopore. However, these videos are too abstract and lack of some important details for learning.

Does anyone have any good recommendations? Please ignore this question if it is too stupid~~~

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ADD COMMENTlink written 9 weeks ago by mckf111110
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Some of the instrument manufacturers have videos explaining how they work:

edit: oops... just fully read your question and noticed you'd already watched the videos. I'll leave the links up here for others ;)

ADD REPLYlink modified 9 weeks ago • written 9 weeks ago by Russ160
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9 weeks ago by
genomax39k
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genomax39k wrote:

A good review of last 10 years of NGS technologies from Nature Genetics.
A talk by Dr. Elaine Mardis given at NHGRI.

ADD COMMENTlink modified 9 weeks ago • written 9 weeks ago by genomax39k
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