Another Successful story of Genome Sequencing from India

Another Successful story of Genome Sequencing from India

17:46 11 March in de novo genome sequencing, Genome Assembly
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Anopheles stephensi is the most menacing malaria vector to watch for in newly urbanising parts of the world.

To our knowledge, this is the first instance where high-resolution genomes have been independently assembled for multiple strains representing all three genotypes of a given inversion in Anopheles species. More specifically, the high-resolution assembly of the genomes of the two strains, UCI and IndCh, homozygous to inverted and standard forms of 2Rb, respectively, allowed base-level characterisation breakpoints with high confidence.

We congratulate our clients #TIGS, San Diego, USA/India and #IBABBangalore and the entire team of Nucleome Informatics Pvt Ltd
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